Registration is now open for the Finance Professional Show (FP Show) 2017.
The FP Show will be held on 8th November at Olympia in London and will once again host exhibitors offering a range of financial services from bridging and buy-to-let through to factoring and venture capital.
Visitors can now register today through the FP Show website.
Over 65% of the stands have already been reserved and a full conference programme is set to be announced.
Show organisers R&R Events said the FP Show was continuing to evolve.
“The FP Show is constantly improving its offering and our aim is to provide visitors with a ‘one-stop shop’ with over 100 exhibitors to cater for their lending needs.
“We had just over 1,800 visitors last year so we know the existing formula is working well.
“This year’s pledge to visitors is to ensure that whatever sector they want to learn about or understand better, there really will be something for everyone at the FP Show.”
The dedicated FP Show mobile app will once again be available to download from September.
This has proved to be hugely popular among visitors and exhibitors as it allows users to receive mobile notifications in the run-up to and on the day of the show, view the event agenda and organise a schedule as well as send in-app messages to other attendees.
D’mitri Zaprzala, head of sales at Octopus Property – which is sponsoring the FP Show – said: “It seems like only yesterday we were packing down the stand at the FP Show and here we are again already thinking about one of the highlights of the commercial lending calendar.
“We are delighted to once again support this fantastic event and look forward to seeing many of our broker partners there on the day.”
Just Cash Flow PLC will also be sponsoring this year’s FP Show and John Davies, CEO of Just Loans Group PLC, said it was a great opportunity to communicate and has had great success at the event.
“It provides us with a great opportunity to showcase how we can work with them to unlock this opportunity.
“We recently surveyed commercial brokers and asked them what frustrated them most about the lenders they dealt with.
“The answer wasn’t surprising: poor communication.
“The Finance Professional Show is a great opportunity to put this right.”
Market Financial Solutions is another of this year’s sponsors and Tiba Raja, director, added: “Last year we were able to put a face to intermediaries and build meaningful relationships, which we still maintain today.
“This November we look forward to further expanding our network and emulating last year’s success.”
The FP Show 2017 will also be sponsored by Kuflink and Roma Finance.
Narinder Khattoare, sales and marketing director at Kuflink, added: “We see this as a key event during the year and are looking forward to seeing our existing clients and meeting new brokers.”
Meanwhile, Scott Marshall, managing director at Roma Finance, said: “It’s an important event in our calendar, which helps us to meet new introducers and to engage with property professionals and developers.”
The event is free to attend, but registration is required and you can do this by visiting the FP Show website.
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