Last spots available for Blue Skies Bridging Road Show in Bristol

Last spots available for Blue Skies Bridging Road Show in Bristol




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The hotly-anticipated launch of the Blue Skies Road Show has finally arrived, and the lender behind it has been revealed as none other than 2009 Bridger of the Year, Cheval. 

Cheval is hosting the Blue Skies Road Show in association with Bridging & Commercial, in order to educate brokers nationwide about how bridging finance can enhance their business and help their clients.
 
These comprehensive, free seminars will include detailed presentations and discussion tables, as well as a networking buffet lunch, and are designed to take advisers through the ins-and-outs of short term finance and how to utilise it.
 
The first show will be in Bristol on the 6th of May, with brokers in the area who are interested in increasing their bridging business being urged to come along to the invaluable morning seminar.  
 
Gareth Lewis, National Sales Manager at Cheval, commented: “We are very excited about the road show. One of our stated priorities for 2010 is to introduce and welcome new brokers to bridging, as well as re-familiarising those who may be experienced. We want to give brokers a feel for the number of ways in which bridging loans can be used to help their clients. Following on from the success of our recent in-house broker training seminars, a national road show was the obvious step.”  
 
There are six exclusive seminars scheduled in 2010, taking place in the main financial hubs of the UK, and with just 45 places available for each show brokers have been urged to register now to secure their spot.
 
Dates and locations of the Cheval Blue Skies Road Show:
 
o             Thursday 6th of May – Bristol
o             Thursday 3rd of June – Birmingham
o             Thursday 1st of July – London
o             Thursday 16th of September – Manchester
o             Thursday 14th of October – Glasgow
o             Thursday 4th of November – London
 
 
To book your place at one of these shows click here.

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