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Why exhibit

     
More brokers

More brokers visit BIBA then any other trade show with over 3,900 attending BIBA 2015.

Staff from all BIBA member firms are entitled to complimentary entry to the conference and exhibition while entrance to the exhibition only is free for all brokers ensuring the hall is busy with non-BIBA members too.

 

  Visitor profile

Nearly 75% of delegates at BIBA 2015 were actively looking for new companies to do business with and stated networking and finding new products and services as their main reason for attending. 

An increasingly large proportion of visitors come just to the exhibition, spending all day in the hall.

 

     
Packages to suit companies of all sizes

BIBA offers stands to suit all budgets with shell scheme packages from £4,650 + VAT – unbeatable value for two days’ selling time.

Larger stands are available as space only, while if you’re new to exhibiting you might like our Shell Scheme Plus option which gives you an all-inclusive cost for everything you will need.

 

  Exhibitor-only opportunities

Exhibitors can take advantage of some exclusive opportunities.

Advertising and promotional activities and even the chance to address the BIBA audience in the fringe programme are available to exhibiting companies.

 

     
Wide promotions

BIBA 2016 will be supported by an extensive communications programme.

This will include PR and marketing in conjunction with the trade press, direct mail, e-mail and social media activity.  As the trade association for the UK’s insurance brokers, BIBA is a trusted source of information and advice via regular member communications.

 

  Support insurance brokers

As a not-for-profit organisation you can be sure that BIBA will re-invest revenue generated by the event back into support for UK brokers.

So your participation is of direct benefit to your sales channel.

 

 

All visitors receive complimentary refreshments and lunch so they can spend more time with you.*

*If registered before 28 April 2016.