Broker Roadshows 2019 – Starting next month

Last month we announced the return of our Broker Roadshows for 2019, we’d love to see you and your teams at an event near you so here’s all the information you’ll need including dates and what to expect from the events this year.




The roadshows offer the opportunity to explore the breadth of our products and support available in the business zones and learn more about how Aviva can help your business on a wide range of subjects – everything from business placing to day-to-day support.  

You can also take in the business seminars, where we’ll pick up the debate on topical themes including Investing in People, Growing your Business and more. Plus, new to 2019, you will be able to pre-book one-to-one time with the Aviva team and our partners, helping you to make the most of time at these events

With the opportunity to attend seminars, have meaningful conversations in the pre-booked 1-2-1’s and with access to the business zones – it’s no surprise brokers wanting to attend Glasgow and Belfast are already quickly registering to attend this year’s events.

The roadshows kick off on 07 February in Glasgow, from there we’re travelling around the UK to bring you the latest from Aviva and discussing the hot topics of 2019 with some expert and industry partners. See below for a reminder of the dates:

  • Glasgow                07 February 2019
  • Belfast                  13 February 2019
  • Manchester         07 March 2019 
  • Birmingham        13 March 2019 
  • Leeds                    14 March 2019 
  • Bristol                   21 March 2019
  • London                  04 April 2019 
  • Newbury               10 April 2019

The formal invites have started to go out but if you haven’t seen one yet and are keen to reserve a place, you can email your details to with subject title ‘Invite me to - Broker Roadshows 2019’ followed by the location of the event you’d like to attend. Alternatively speak to your Aviva Sales Manager today.

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