About the Broker Expo

Attending Broker Expo 

With the latest update from the government on live events, we want to share some of the measures we will undertake to ensure that the evening goes off with a bang, and our guests stay safe. Since the beginning of lock-down, we have been working with our friends at the Ricoh Arena to plan the day. This list will no doubt grow as more guidelines are shared with us in due course.

Broker Expo won’t be the same as previous years but our objective to bring people together to do business remains strong and the same.  


  • There will be an online registration, to adhere to the track and trace guidelines. 
  • We will have a limited ticket allocation to adhere to government guidelines.
  • Attendees will be sent digital tickets to check-in on arrival, no paper tickets allowed.  

Arriving at the Ricoh Arena:

  • All attendees will be allocated an arrival time and entry door, to maintain social distancing. 
  • All doors, including fire doors, will be used to enter the building which will allow social distancing to be maintained. 
  • Exhibitors will have staggered arrival times for the set up of their stands 
  • Face masks to be worn throughout the venue and the event (unless exempt) 
  • One way systems in place for entering and leaving the venue 

At the venue:

  • There will be a one-way system in operation within the venue. 
  • 2000 sqm of additional space has been added to the floorplan of the event to allow more space for social distancing.
  • Hand sanitiser stations will be located around the venue. 
  • Signage will be in place to advise on distancing.
  • Live streaming of keynote speakers across the other content zones to ensure there is a safe distance 
  • Increase cleaning throughout the venue  
  • Increase gangway space to allow for one way systems and social distancings 

Comfort breaks:

  • Toilets will be located around the venue to avoid the need to travel around to access one.  

Leaving Broker Expo:

  • Staggered exit times will be shared with attendees, to avoid large groups of people leaving the venue.