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Trigold to hold training days

Trigold is embarking on six new dates for its broker Business Academy events.

Events are split between London and Manchester and will be hosted in the Lowry building in Manchester, and the Commonwealth Club in London.

Trigold will be in Manchester on September 30, October 30, and November 30.

It will be in London on October 9, November 18, and December 11.

The programme has been designed to support brokers in a range of areas, such as sales skills, communication management and managing time.

A separate session helps advisors develop skills to maximise sales by turning existing customers into supportive clients.

Theresa Clements, director of training at Trigold, says: “The Trigold Business Academy has been very well received by advisors and so we’re delighted to announce these dates which make up the autumn event schedule.

“Business management and sales skills are vital for a compliant, customer-focused & profitable business so each event consists of a balance of up-to-date presentations on business and industry topics.”

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