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Exchange announces roadshows

The Exchange has announced a number of roadshows aimed at showing existing subscribers how they can maximise the value of its service.
The events will take place in Southampton, Chelmsford, Manchester, Cheltenham, Newcastle on Tyne and Bristol in February and March.
They will last two and a half hours with delegates having the opportunity to share business practises, see the benefits of remodelling processes to support electronic trading and learn about the additional support available from the portal.
The Exchange managing director David Child says: Leading IFA firms are already aware of the tangible benefits of e-business. The Exchange is committed to helping IFAs learn more about the benefits technology can deliver to their businesses including streamlining and speeding up the sales process, reducing admin costs and improving the service offer to consumers.

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