|The Manchester Conference Centre was selected by ARLA (the Association of Residential Letting Agents) to launch their series of high-profile Masterclasses for buy-to-let investors.|
The first of the ARLA Masterclasses took place in the MCC’s Weston Building just recently,
before moving on to London, Brighton and Bristol in the coming month.
Industry experts held classes on all aspects of buy-to-let from ‘what to buy’ right through to ‘funding’, ‘legal issues’ and ‘furnishing’. Speakers were provided from companies such as Paragon Mortgages, The Money Centre and Letsure and all experts were on hand to speak to delegates face to face between sessions.
As the lead professional body for the lettings industry and with the buy-to-let market
currently booming, the ARLA Masterclasses were always going to be popular and also
extremely well documented. With media giants like the BBC taking a profound interest, it was vital that ARLA selected a premier venue to host the opening leg of their event.
Commenting on the Masterclasses, Sales & Marketing Manager at the MCC, Richard
“We were delighted to host such a prestigious event and look forward to seeing ARLA return in the future. We are extremely proud of the fact that over the years we have built an excellent reputation throughout the conference industry and beyond, and it is a great testament to our hard working team that this is being recognised by event
In Manchester’s highly competitive conferencing market, the Manchester Conference Centre is continually at the forefront due to its ideal city centre location, first-class facilities and highly corporate ambience. With exceptionally high standards throughout and a highly
dedicated team, all of whom are focused on producing successful results every time, the MCC is every inch a conference venue for the 21st century.
The MCC’s Weston Building is equipped with the most advanced technology throughout.
Wi-Fi, for example enables delegates to access the internet without the constraint of wires or the need to plug their device into the wall, and the Weston Theatre, where much of the ARLA event took place, is second-to-none in the region for audio-visual equipment standards.
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