Conveyancing Association announces date

Conveyancing Association announce date and venue of 2024 Annual Conference & Charity Dinner

The Conveyancing Association (CA) – the leading trade body for the conveyancing industry – has today (18th May 2023) announced the date and venue for its next Annual Conference & Charity Dinner.

The 2024 event will take place on Tuesday 6th February at the Hilton Deansgate Hotel in Manchester, and will cover the theme, “Moving Towards The Digital Age”, looking at how conveyancing firms can prepare for, and benefit from, digital-focused solutions within the process.

As usual the Annual Conference will feature a number of presentations and panel sessions and will, once again, be chaired by Chair, Eddie Goldsmith and CA Director of Delivery, Beth Rudolf.

It is open to all CA member firms, legal and affiliate, and attendance can also be secured for non-members for a charge. Registration will open in June.

Sponsorship opportunities exist in areas including stands at the accompanying exhibition, plus post-Conference Drinks Reception and the Charity Dinner which will take place in the evening and will once again be raising money for a worthy cause.

The 2023 CA Annual Conference & Dinner took place in London under the title ‘Change is Coming’ and focused on the future of conveyancing industry in respect of regulation, technology, process, consolidation and much more. The Charity Dinner raised over £3,000 in aid of The Children’s Society.

Nicky Heathcote, Non-Executive Chair of The Conveyancing Association, said:

“The CA Annual Conference and Dinner is such an important date in the diary for the conveyancing industry and the wider market that we wanted to provide all stakeholders with as much advance notice of when and where it will take place in 2024.

After visiting London this year, in 2024 we’re heading back to Manchester and specifically the Hilton Deansgate Hotel where we plan to put on a fantastic day (and night) for all those who attend.

To say the 2023 Conference was an absolute eye-opener was an understatement, and our plan is to provide all 2024 Conference delegates and sponsors with an engaging array of sessions, focused on the digital opportunities in our sector but also the wider property market and economy, to help conveyancing firms not just survive but thrive.

Further information will be revealed next month, including sponsorship opportunities, however if you are keen to get involved right now, then please don’t hesitate to contact the CA Secretariat who will be able to help.”

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Rob Griffiths, Director, White Dragon Communications Ltd – Mobile: 07983 641566;

This article was submitted to be published by The Conveyancing Association. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Conveyancer.

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