Who’s speaking at the 2019 UK Money Bloggers conference

We’re just two months away from our fifth Show Me The Money Bloggers conference, sponsored by PensionBee.

The event takes place this year on Saturday 14th September in London. Tickets are available to members of our Facebook group.

Here’s a quick rundown of who will be speaking at the event (subject to change).


These quick briefings on a number of topics will run from 15 to 20 minutes. Bloggers in our community will give the download on the latest developments and share insights that’ll help you kick start improvements in your blog. As always I try to get as many new faces speaking each year as possible.

Understanding Guttenberg on WordPress with Laura Light (Savings 4 Savvy Mums)

Your business, tax and trademarks with Damian and Justin Fahy (Money to the Masses)

Working from home and time managment with Jennifer Kempson (MamaFurfur)

Pricing yourself right with Lynn James (Mrs Mummypenny)

Affiliate marketing from an insider’s point of view with William Pointing (Great Deals Made Easy)

Blogging for Good with Andy Webb (Be Clever With Your Cash)


We’re money bloggers so it’s important we also talk about money! This panel will last 40 minutes and should help you and your readers with a big financial choice.

Is it better to overpay your mortgage or into your pension with PensionBee and guests Habito, Yolt and Ken Okoroafor (The Humble Penny)


We’ll break into smaller groups for 40 minutes to get into more detail on a few topics that should really help your blog grow.

TBC with PensionBee

TBC with Yolt

Advanced blogger session (TBC) with Deepak Tailor (Latest Free Stuff)


You’ll get the chance to network with bloggers you’ve never met, and connect with some old friends in a series of quick chats.

Round tables

An opportunity to talk to other bloggers in a group, ask questions and share knowledge. You’ll be able to go to two 45 minute sessions.

The Money Fair

You can meet 15 + brands at the Money Fair. More here.

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