by Infocus Author
The Infocus Group’s annual Adviser conference, iCON16, kicks off tomorrow. This year the group are heading to the exotic location of Sentosa Island, Singapore. iCON16 provides an excellent opportunity for Advisers to network with their peers and hear from a range of industry and external experts in a beautiful part of the world.
The three day event will see over 120 Financial Advisers, Alliance Partners and Staff from around Australia inspired by keynote speakers and educational sessions based on practical advice strategies to build better businesses and engage for success.
The agenda for iCON16 is packed with amazing key-note sessions and panel discussions with leading industry professionals. Michael Pascoe, one of Australia’s most respected and experienced finance and economics commentators, will act as the official MC and provide an economic update for attendees.
Steve Baxter, one of Australia’s most successful businessmen and famously a ‘shark’ on the TV series Shark Tank Australia, will also be at iCON16. Steve will deliver an inspiring keynote at the Business Owners section of the conference sharing his success stories and providing Advisers with some exclusive insights on change, disruption and what’s required to run successful businesses.
Infocus Group Managing Director Rod Bristow said “In an environment where change is a constant and quality advice a non-negotiable, I am really proud of the professional development opportunities available for Advisers at this year’s conference.”
“iCON16 is the second conference where Advisers from both our AFSLs come together to share knowledge, ideas and experience. This experiential learning offers a rare and valuable opportunity for conference attendees to get out of their comfort zone. Our Annual Conference is traditionally the opportunity for all attendees to ‘dig a little deeper’ and explore the issues of real importance to them within their own advice businesses. Our agenda lives up to these expectations with a range of insightful and challenging content”, he said.
For more information, contact Infocus on 1300 463 628, follow all things iCON16 on social media by searching for the hashtag #iCON16, or visit www.infocus.com.au