SimplyBiz announces hybrid programme with over 350 events for 2022

SimplyBiz has this week launched its events programme for 2022, featuring over 350 events combining both physical and virtual formats and covering a breadth of business areas including regulation, investments, pensions, lending, protection, and adviser technology.  

Having received over 25,000 bookings for its events during 2021, the service provider has extended its programme for 2022, offering a real choice to its members to support access to learning, development, and educational opportunities, alongside insight and thought leadership for advisers. 

Over the next four weeks, SimplyBiz will begin rounds of Investment Forums, Protection Roadshows, Tax Efficient Investing Workshops and ‘Best of the Best’ Mortgage Meetings across the UK, with its Pension Transfer CPD Programme and Protection Advice Show Special also taking place virtually this month. 

Richard Ardron, marketing director of SimplyBiz, said: “As the past two years have presented so many challenges for adviser and broker firms, we were determined to make sure that learning and development was not one of them. The resilience of advisers, and their eagerness to carry on learning, evolving their businesses and introducing new efficiencies, all to ensure that they can continue to deliver the best possible outcomes to their clients, is hugely admirable.

“We’re delighted to be back on the road with events this year and the level of engagement from our members since we reintroduced physical meetings back in September has been fantastic. However, our main goal is to offer advisers real choice and to deliver an events programme which is as accessible and inclusive as we can make it.

“The 2022 programme offers not only our existing flagship events, but also others we introduced last year which proved extremely popular, including Compliance Clinics, Later Life Academies and a Pension Transfer CPD Programme.  With a brand-new podcast programme also on the way, we really are leading the field in providing high-quality learning and development opportunities to financial services intermediaries.”

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