From the Titanic to Old Trafford - Broker Roadshows on tour

A big thank you to all the Brokers who have recently spent time with us at our Broker Roadshows.  At the Titanic Museum in Belfast, brokers took part in a lively panel debate led by Andrew Scott who kept our Senior Leadership team on their toes encouraging brokers to feedback on what’s top of their mind and asking questions to the panel.

The roadshow then travelled to Manchester where we met over 100 brokers from all across the north west at Manchester United Football Club. The seminars were a popular choice with four hot topics requested by brokers including Investing in People, Winning in Large Commercial, Finding Opportunity in Uncertain Times and Optimising your Business for Growth.

In the business zones, Aviva experts are on hand for discussion and brokers have been telling us how easy it is to find the right Aviva person to speak to this year with hosts wearing roadshow t-shirts. We’ve also had some great feedback from our marketplace with brokers and partner suppliers telling us how productive they find these events for making use of the expertise available, meeting new contacts and placing business

We’ll soon be half way through our 2019 Broker Roadshow tour visiting Birmingham on Wednesday 13th and the Leeds on Thursday 14th. We hope to see you and your team at an event soon, our remaining dates for your diaries are:

  • 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 THELOOP@aviva.com 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 to ensure you don’t miss out on this year’s broker roadshows.

 

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