Canadian Mortgage Summit keynote announced

Canadian Mortgage Summit keynote announced

Canadian Mortgage Summit keynote announced Canadian Mortgage Professional announced Thursday that “Seven Habits of Highly Effective Mortgage Brokers,” presented by Matthew Conway, managing partner and delivery consultant for FranklinCovey Inc. will be opening keynote for the 2014 Mortgage Summit. Click here to register for the event.

"Seven Habits of Highly Effective People is the number one business management book that has ever been written, according to Time Magazine," said Chris Davis, conference producer for KMI Marketing and Events. "And CMP is very proud to announce the opening keynote for the Mortgage Summit will be a session for mortgage brokers based on the book's principles."

Attendees will also hear from a number of experts in their respective fields, including Claire Drage, CEO of The Lion’s Share Group who will help you enhance your communication strategy to increase customer loyalty, attain on-going repeat business as well as endless referrals and recommendations. She will help you go from ordinary to extraordinary and grow your business.

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Of course, more brokers are diversifying their revenue streams so the Mortgage Summit is hosting its “alternative revenue streams in the mortgage broker channel,” which will review the top products that the mortgage broker can offer. It will show you a variety of products that can diversify your portfolio of solutions to maximize your impact on your customers; including Commercial, financial planning and Insurance products.

With over fifteen conference sessions and 30 solution providers, there is something for every broker; from the rookie to the 40-year vet.