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Win a mini moto-bike courtesty of Platform

The lender is running a competition to win a mini moto-bike, which will be displayed on its stand at the financial trade exhibition, taking place at G-MEX, Manchester on September 28. The winner will be selected at random from a prize draw following the show.

Guy Batchelor, sales and marketing director of Platform says: “We are really looking forward to exhibiting our stand at Money Marketing Live Manchester, one of the largest events of its type in the north of England. It gives us a great opportunity to welcome old acquaintances and new contacts as well as helping us to keep up-to-date with the latest developments in the industry. But it’ not all work! With our mini moto-bike competition we will certainly be assured of some fun as well.”

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