Confirmed Aviva speakers for next month’s Broker Expo

Are you coming along to the Insurance Age Broker Expo in November? As headline sponsors of the Schemes Zone, we’re hosting a panel debate that you should definitely be sure to add to your agenda for the day…





On Thursday 1 November, the Insurance Age Broker Expo will take over the Ricoh Arena in Coventry. This dedicated broker event brings brokers and insurers together, providing a platform to renew old acquaintances, build new relationships and strike business enhancing deals.

As headline sponsors of the Schemes Zone, we’ll have schemes experts for both commercial and personal lines on the stand throughout the day to answer any questions you may have. Whether it’s looking at a new scheme idea, moving an existing scheme, or you’re simply looking for some advice, our experts are there to help. 

Identifying and developing a scheme – Panel debate

In an increasingly competitive market, a scheme provides a huge opportunity to set yourself apart from the competition, but how do you identify and develop a tailored solution for your customers?

As headline sponsors, our senior schemes experts Jonathan Smith and Andrew Felice, will be joined on-stage by scheme brokers Allied Westminster and Dayinsure for an insightful panel debate covering:

How do we think laterally about schemes in order to identify the best opportunities?

  • What insurer relationships do you need to maximise your chances of schemes success?
  • Exploring how to pitch your scheme, and strategies for getting new schemes off the ground
  • Schemes Success – Don’t just take our word for it

Time’s running out to register.

If you haven’t yet registered for the Broker Expo, what are you waiting for? It’s completely free to join, and all you have to do to register is click here


For more information about our schemes offering, visit the schemes section on Aviva Broker or download our new schemes brochure


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