Powwow Down South - the informal gathering for paraplanners who live or work in London, the South-East or the Thames Valley regions.
What's it all about?
The Powwow is an informal gathering specifically for paraplanners to exchange views, learn things, fix things and share things.
For the second year in a row, Powwow Down South is heading to 7IM’s offices in Bishopsgate, London. There you’ll find drinks, cakes, and the infamous Powwow chocolate to fuel the chat.
What’s up for discussion?
Any topics that YOU want to share, fix or get advice from other paraplanners on. The Powwow adopts ‘unconference’ principles, you’ll choose the topics you want to discuss with your fellow paraplanners.
Always packed to the brim with topics, we’re guessing this year that MiFID II and GDPR might be hot topics to pick apart, plus there’s always room for sharing tips on report writing.
If there’s something you’ve been wanting to pick the brains of other paraplanners on, then this is the spot to do it. We guarantee you’ll leave with some great ideas, answers and tips.
What’s more, cue drum roll…we have an exclusive technical session with 7IM on the due diligence dark arts on the day. Plus we’ll have a chance to tour (nose) 7IM’s offices and set-up to see all the magic in progress.
Q&A: When, where and how much?
Q: When will Powwow Down South take place?
A: Doors open at 1.45pm for a 2.00pm start on 22 May 2018 in central London. It is worth arriving early to get signed-in.
Q: Ah. Alright. Where?
A: At the home of Seven Investment Management – who have kindly offered Powwow space at their offices in the City – 3rd Floor, 55 Bishopsgate, London, EC2N 3AS.
Q: What time will the Powwow finish?
A: It’ll last for about three hours so we’ll finish by 5pm.
Q: Can I book my place and, if so, how much does it cost?
A: It’s free and you can book your place by clicking the big ‘BOOK NOW’ button near the top of this page.
Q: Is the Powwow open to anyone?
A: Powwows have been created by paraplanners for paraplanners. If you’re not a paraplanner – or a guest invited by a Powwow organiser – then the Powwow’s not for you.