Mortgage Business Expo London expects a 'full house' of exhibitors

The expo will also host free seminars on social media for brokers

Mortgage Business Expo London expects a 'full house' of exhibitors

A record number of firms have confirmed their attendance in this year’s Mortgage Business Expo (MBE), which will take place in London on October 13 at the Business Design Centre in Islington.

MBE said it is expecting a full house of exhibitors – though enquiries for space are still coming in – for the London Expo that also had a record attendance last year. It added that exhibitors who have already signed up represent a broad cross section of the lending industry, including Bluestone Mortgages, Pepper Money, Pure Retirement, Kuflink Bridging, Aldermore, Vida Homeloans, Keystone, Landbay, and L&G Mortgage Club, among others.

MBE London will again be hosting commercial finance partner, the Financial Intermediary & Broker Association (FIBA), which is running workshops along with some of their specialist finance lenders and service providers also exhibiting.

In addition, the new Google Digital Garage is hosting three free seminars to help brokers with social media strategy, writing for social media, and understanding and starting with digital advertising.

Read more: MBE 2021: Round-up.

“This is our second year at the Business Design Centre in London and after a great show here last year, we have an even better proposition for brokers this year,” Mike Mikunda, director of Mortgage Business Expo, commented. “Not only do we have the best cross section of lenders and providers from across the industry exhibiting, but our seminar program is designed to inform and offer up-to-date opinion and guidance on the issues facing the industry today.

“Importantly, we are offering free seminars to help brokers learn about social media strategy and digital advertising and how they can help their businesses. MBE London is definitely the place to be for every adviser who wants to expand their knowledge and come away with new ideas and marketing strategies as well as new lender contacts.”