In an increasingly crowded industry brokers need a clear success strategy. The Adviser’s New Revenue Streams Boot Camp has you covered.
Now in its second year, this highly acclaimed event has been extended across four capital cities, kicking off in in Perth on Thursday 22 September.
Leading business facilitator Stuart Donaldson will host two in-depth sessions for mortgage brokers looking to boost the profitability of their businesses.
Mr Donaldson hosted Suncorp Bank’s SME Masterclass Series earlier this year and says he will be actively engaging brokers attending his sessions at The Adviser’s boot camps in September and October. Attendees will leave with a deeper understanding of how they can unlock productivity, retain clients and boost profit.
In an increasingly complex lending landscape too many highly skilled brokers are being bogged down by paperwork and administration, not fully utilising their capacity to generate leads and build new revenue streams. Through a series of workshops, presentations and discussion panels featuring lenders and leading brokers, The Adviser’s New Revenue Streams Boot Camp challenges the way brokers think, emphasises the importance of diversification and delivers practical strategies.
This one-day event will not only reveal why you need to diversify but show you how to grow your business by breaking into SME lending, tapping lucrative channels through social media and harnessing the full potential of your existing client base.
Even if brokers feel they don’t have the people, skills or capacity to venture beyond home loans, this event will show you smart ways of adding new revenue streams to your business by building solid referral networks.
The Adviser’s New Revenue Streams boot camp events will start in Perth on Thursday 22 September, followed by Brisbane on Thursday 6 October, Melbourne on Friday 14 October and finally Sydney on Tuesday 18 October.
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