BIBA plans to return to Manchester for its 2022 Conference
13th May 2021
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Huw Edwards, BBC Broadcaster and BIBA conference host announced from the 2021 Conference studio that BIBA is planning to return to Manchester and will hold the 2022 BIBA conference and exhibition at Manchester Central on Wednesday 11 and Thursday 12 May if it is able to do so.
Steve White, BIBA’s Chief Executive, said: “We were overwhelmed with the support when we were forced to cancel our 2020 conference. Equally we are delighted with the way the market has embraced the first ever BIBA digital conference. I would like to thank all exhibitors, sponsors and delegates for trying something new and making it a success.
“We have been through a very challenging year and I am looking forward to welcoming everyone back to Manchester next year.”
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BIBA membership includes around 1800 regulated firms, employing more than 100,000 staff. General insurance brokers contribute 1% of GDP to the UK economy; they arrange 67% of all general insurance with a premium totalling £65.1bn and 81% of all commercial insurance business. Insurance brokers put their customers’ interests first, providing advice, access to suitable insurance protection and risk management.
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