The agenda for the Better Business Summit 2019 has been announced, with brokers set to hear from a host of internationally renowned speakers.
The award-winning event, partnered by principal partner NAB, will commence in Adelaide on 14 February before visiting Brisbane on 21 February, Melbourne on 28 February, Sydney on 7 March and Perth on 14 March.
The event will be hosted by internationally recognised leader in sales and empowerment strategies, Niik Stewart, who will kick off proceedings.
Founder of Thought Leaders Global Matt Church will then discuss how “great learning is the key to great leading”, and how brokers can become more than trusted mortgage advisers.
Mr Church will be followed by CEO of the Speaker’s Institute, Matt Cawthorn, who will offer brokers with tools and strategies to overcome challenges and turn sales losses into wins.
Brokers will also hear from CEO of Influence Nation Julie Masters, who will provide brokers with an in-depth understanding of how to identify their unique space, become the go-to authority and then amplify their impact to rise above the noise.
Former managing director of Facebook (ANZ) and founder of The Digital CEO Stephen Scheeler will also deliver a presentation about the power and importance of digital innovation.
Returning to the stage to deliver the final presentation, Niik Stewart will discuss how brokers can take 100 per cent control of their attitude and actions to smash their sales and income goals in 2019.
The Better Business Summit will also provide brokers with great opportunities to network and mingle with industry colleagues during morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea and drink breaks.
The Better Business Summit was launched in 2013 as a state-based event to provide brokers with straight-talking, practical advice to help them grow and improve their businesses.
It was the first state-based awards program to recognise and celebrate the best in the industry in their local markets.
The Better Business Summit has won multiple awards and has grown exponentially over the years to become the industry’s leading event, and now welcomes more than 4,500 attendees every year.
[Related: The Adviser’s Better Business Summit 2019]
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