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Mortgage Brain workshop

Mortgage Brain is holding a series of free workshops around the UK to give introducers an overview of how the sourcing platform&#39s products and services could benefit business.

Monique Venter, marketing manager of Mortgage Brain says: “Mortgage introducers have continually told us how valuable face to face presentation and discussion is in helping to gain maximum business benefit from the use of technology. We are pleased to announce the latest series of Mortgage Brain Workshops throughout the Country which clearly demonstrates our commitment to helping Introducers maximize the return on their investment.”

Further details on the workshops and venues is available on the Mortgage Brain website including:


• 3rd September Southampton Express by Holiday Inn

• 10th September Crawley Express by Holiday Inn

• 11th September Marks Tey Hotel Colchester

• 17th September Maidstone Grange Moor

• 24th September London Park Crescent, Regents Park

• 26th September London Irish Centre, Camden

• 8th October Express by Holiday Inn Southampton

• 22nd October Express by Holiday Inn Crawley

• 5th November Park Crescent London

• 19th November Grange Moor Hotel Maidstone

• 26th November Markes Tey Hotel Colchester


• 4th September Swindon Chiseldon House

• 11th September Cardiff Quality Hotel, Tongwynlais

• 18th September Exeter Best Western, Gypsy Hill

• 25th September Bournemouth Quality Cadogan

• 1st October Cribbs Lodge Bristol

• 16th October Alverton Manor Truro

• 30th October Ramada Jarvis Swansea

• 13th November Quality Cadogan Hotel Bournemouth

• 27th November Gipsy Hill Hotel Exeter


• 5th September Notts / Derby Jarvis

• 11th September Marks Tey Hotel Colchester

• 12th September Dudley Corus Hotel

• 19th September Daventry Ibis

• 26th September St Ives Slepe Hill

• 10th October Quality Hotel Norwich

• 24th October Spread Eagle Thame, Aylesbury

• 5th November Clarendon House Kenilworth

• 21st November Ramada Jarvis Notts/Derby

• 26th November Marks Tey Hotel Colchester


• 4th September Manchester Tulip Inn

• 11th September Leeds Holiday Inn

• 18th September Sheffield Mossborough Hall

• 25th September Newcastle Travel Inn-Airport

• 2nd October Express By Holiday Inn Liverpool

• 16th October Tulip Inn Manchester

• 31st October Express By Holiday Inn Leeds

• 6th November Express By Holiday Inn Bolton

• 20th November Travel Inn (Airport) Newcastle


• 5th September Dundee Swallow

• 12th September Glasgow Quality Hotel

• 19th September Belfast Express By Holiday Inn

• 26th September Edinburgh Express By Holiday Inn

• 3rd October Britannia Hotel Bucksburn, Aberdeen

• 17th October Londonderry Travelodge

• 7th November Quality Hotel, Ayr

• 21st November Cairn Hotel, Bathgate (nr Livingston)


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