7th Annual Insurance Distribution Strategies Forum

“Discover what‘s new, get to your customer, gain a competitive edge.”
2015-10-29 - 2015-10-30
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+421 257 272 164
For further information about the event, cost and registration please contact Will Hoss via will.hoss@flemingeurope.com or call +421 257 272 164.
After years of depression, the macroeconomic environment is finally starting to improve. However, in the European insurance market this is accompanied with slow growth and low interest rates affecting the trading environment. Moreover, insurers are challenged by rising competition, demanding regulations and pressure on product prices and their margins. The winners in this day and age maximize their digital channels, offer simple and transparent products Set your company on the path of the winners with this 7th annual, where you will gain insight into the latest distribution trends, experience with digital innovations, new channels, customer retention strategies and much more. By Attending This Annual You Will: *Gain insight into current distribution trends in Europe, Nordics and Latin America as presented by Uniqa, Skandia and Talanx, *Get a grip on the new sales rules for insurance by Austrian Insurance Association, *Explore the possibilities of technological innovations with the Chief Innovation Officer for Mapfre, *Hear from insurance partners in the affinity channels, *Find out how Hollard collaborates with retailers, *Discuss social media and online marketing with the Global Head of Marketing for Zurich, *Get a deeper insight into the world of online aggregators as shared by the Co-founder of durchblicker.at, *Discover the success formula to selling life insurance via the internet revealed by SpareBank1 Insurance, *Brainstorm and discuss ideas with like-minded experts in the industry, *Enjoy interesting new sessions, discussions and a special evening program.

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