Former BDM on brand tour

by Rebecca Pike07 Dec 2018

A former BDM will be touring the east coast in the new year to help brokers with their branding.

While the roadshow is open to all industries, the Mortgage and Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) is offering its members CPD points, and the event is available to brokers at a discounted price.

Former BDM and the founder of national finance broker day, Dino Pacella, will host the ‘Pumping Up Your Brand’ workshops in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.

Pacella made the move from Suncorp BDM to brand coach at the start of November after seven years at the bank.

An avid supporter of the broking industry he also founded NFBD in 2015, which has become an annual event every August.

Alongside his passion for brokers, however, was a passion for social media and building an online presence.

About hosting the roadshows, Pacella said, “Given personal branding is a strong passion of mine and one which I have been working on considerably for the past few years, I'm now truly excited to have the opportunity to help people in Australia and abroad make their brands more visible by opening them up to new and exciting opportunities by creating an engaging community whilst providing new people with the opportunity to get to know, like and trust you.

Special priced tickets for all brokers and associates of the industry can be purchased using promotional code ‘brokerbrand2019’ at $49. MFAA member brokers who attend will earn 1.5 CPD points.

Pacella is also offering a Christmas promotion of five tickets for $199, until Christmas Eve.

For more information you can contact dino@dinopacella.com.

Event details:

Time: 9.30am – 11am

Brisbane 15th Jan 2019

workspace365,

179 Turbot Street,

#level 21

Brisbane City, QLD 4000

 

Sydney 16th Jan 2019

Stone and Chalk

11 York Street

#level 4

Sydney, NSW 2000

 

Melbourne 17th Jan

workspace365

350 Collins St

Melbourne, VIC 3000

COMMENTS

  • by Dino Pacella 7/12/2018 11:30:53 AM

    Thanks Rebecca
    Looking forward to hitting Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne in Jan.