Aviva announced as Principal Sponsor of The BIBA Conference 2024

Aviva will be returning as Principal Sponsor of The BIBA Conference

Aviva will be returning as Principal Sponsor of The BIBA Conference – the UK’s largest, must-attend insurance event. They have been proud sponsors of the conference for over 27 years.

Aviva are forward-thinking and continually look at What’s next on the horizon for the industry in order to better support their customers. They view The BIBA Conference as an opportunity to reconvene and do business with the thousands of brokers at the show.

Emma Chapman, Conference Director at BIBA said:
“We are thrilled to welcome Aviva back as our principal sponsor for another year. Their steadfast commitment to supporting the Conference is invaluable. We extend our gratitude not only to Aviva but also to all our sponsors, exhibitors, and delegates who make The BIBA Conference the world-leading event year after year. The Aviva stand buzzes with activity and always looks fantastic and we eagerly anticipate their interpretation of this year’s Conference theme, What’s next?”

Dave Martin, Aviva MD GI Distribution and SME Trading also commented:
“We’re proud to continue our sponsorship of The BIBA Conference 2024. BIBA offers fantastic support to brokers throughout the year and the event plays an important role in bringing the industry together. We believe that partnerships have never been more vital, and we’re proud to stand side by side with BIBA and our broker partners as we discuss ‘What’s next?’. We can’t wait to see you at the event to bring to life our ambitions and talk through how we can further support you in 2024.”

The BIBA Conference 2024 – What’s next? will be held on 15 & 16 May 2024 at Manchester Central. The award-winning event hosts renowned industry speakers and exhibitors and is the ideal setting to reconnect, do business and network with peers. Check out our website and follow us on our socials to keep up to date with announcements.

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