Clarion Events, Mortgage Business Expo’s parent company, has drafted a programme of enhanced safety measures to reduce the risk caused by coronavirus.
The downloadable All Secure Standard document outlines the extensive measures that are being put into place at MBE London in order to deliver an event that has the health and safety of exhibitors, sponsors and attendees as its number one priority.
MBE is working closely with its registration company to put into place social distancing registration, with self-scan badging, timed attendance sessions and scanning in and out to minimise queuing and contact on arrival and departure.
This, coupled with the Business Design Centre’s track and trace, temperature checks for each attendee and staggered visitor admission times to ensure evenly spread visitors, can guarantee a safe and secure environment for everyone.
The charismatic Rob Elder of the Bank of England will once again deliver the keynote presentation at MBE London. CPD-accredited seminars will also feature presentations by leading industry figures, together with panel debates with market experts and influencers.
Visitors will also have the opportunity to directly discuss the finance and planning needs for their clients with major financial brands such as building societies, specialist lenders and retirement planning providers.
Registration is now open and the event will return on October 20 to its new home at the Business Design Centre in London.
Mike Mikunda from MBE comments: “Together with the Business Design Centre, we will be putting into place a programme of safety measures in order that we can deliver an event that has the health and safety of our exhibitors, sponsors and visitors as its number one priority.”
“MBE is the only financial expo committed to a date in 2020 and is perfectly positioned and timed to bring together leading lenders with the mortgage intermediary market. Our all-new MBE TV will give you an idea of exactly what is in store.”