With over 2 months remaining until Insurance Telematics Europe 2013, thirty seven underwriters, pricing directors, marketing directors, and product directors from leading insurance companies such as Admiral, HD-Gherling, and Swinton Group have already signed-up to attend, more than anywhere else.
Over the past 13 years, Telematics Update has built an in-depth knowledge on all things telematics, focussing on how these technologies can be utilised by the insurance space. The insurance sector has been a key focus for the last five years which has firmly positioned the Insurance Telematics Europe 2013 event as the most comprehensive and well attended insurance telematics event in Europe. http://www.telematicsupdate.com/insurance-telematics-eu/index.phpThis strong focus in telematics in the insurance space right now is reflected in the high number of insurers that have already signed up to attend the conference in large groups.
Telematics Update’s European Insurance Specialist, Ruthana Foulkes says ‘The conference will focus on bringing all the right people together to discuss every aspect of insurance telematics; from the basics of how insurers can utilise telematics, through to more complex discussions surrounding data granularity and marketing strategies. This allows attendees to build their own agenda based on where they are in the development cycle. The exhibition is still complete with product demos for a full understanding of how these solutions function and their full range of services. usage understanding. The tech. community will also have a wealth of opportunity to understand what is required from the products to ensure they are developing solutions desirable to the insurer.’
More Insurers attending than ever before
The event has been devised with the insurers in mind, reflected by the strong delegate base. However, in addition to insurers, industry associations, experienced telematics service providers, governing bodies, and many other influential industry groups will be in attendance. These include the Association of British Insurers, The Metropolitan Police, Information Commissioners Office, Wunelli and Ford Motor Company. A snap shot of the current delegate list is available on the website: http://www.telematicsupdate.com/insurance-telematics-eu/delegates.php
Telematics Update has constructed an independently researched agenda, with 40+ key discussions and over 50+ carefully selected insurance professionals from Zurich, Towergate Insurance, Association of British Insurers, Carrot Insurance, Moneysupermarket.com, Young Marmalade Group, Allianz, gocompare.com, Information Commissioners Office, Direct Line and more.
Key topics of discussion:
· The Use Case of Telematics
· Route to Market - Smartphone Vs OBD2 Vs Black Box
· The Impact of Gender Ruling
· Fleet & Commercial Insurance
· Data & Underwriting Factors
· Claims & Renewals
· Understand the Consumer
Insurance Telematics Europe 2013, Conference & Exhibition, 7-8 May, 2013 (London ,UK)will unite 400+ leaders from across the insurance, broker, aggregator, automotive, mobile, wireless, digital and web industries for Europe’s most prolific forum for the insurance telematics industry. The £200 saving on all conference passes expires Friday, 15 March 2013: (http://www.telematicsupdate.com/insurance-telematics-eu/index.php)
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