ifa Business Strategy Day 2020 dates announced
The flagship event of the year is back with a brand-new agenda aimed at energising advisers to take positive actions that will grow the value of their practices in 2020 and beyond.
Every challenge presents an opportunity to grow. Financial advisers who can adopt the right attitude and equip themselves with proven strategies, innovative technology and a sound business plan will thrive in today’s challenging business environment.
The theme of the ifa Business Strategy Day 2020 is “Into Action” and includes an agenda designed specifically to help advisers drive productivity and profitability in their businesses. This event will inspire delegates to take responsibility for their success and gain new strategies to help them rise above the challenges of a rapidly changing industry.
Australia’s best professional development day for independently minded and self-licensed advice practices is back in 2020 to help you prepare for your future in financial advice with the latest in practical, informative and business building content.
“Last year’s event was dominated by the royal commission final report and the lack of clarity around FASEA,” said James Mitchell, editor of ifa and host of the Business Strategy Day.
“This year, while advisers remain distracted to some degree by the ongoing challenges these issue present, we wanted to build an agenda that inspires advisers to take actions that will help grow their practices and futureproof their businesses.
“Delegates will hear from advisers who have adopted some of the winning strategies from last year’s event, as well as a case study of an advice business that has successfully integrated digital advice and is effectively operating a hybrid model.”
The 2020 Business Strategy Day, partnered by MLC, will also cover the expectations of younger clients and how change leadership and the value of empathy can transform your business.
The conference will kick off in Brisbane on 3 March, followed by Melbourne on 5 March, Sydney (10 March) and Perth (12 March).
For more information, or to book your tickets, visit the ifa Business Strategy Day 2020 website today.
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