Blockchain & Insurance: The end, or just the beginning?

The Digital Insurer

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Spotlight

As previous generations retire and move to a life stage in which they consume fewer products and services, younger millennial and Gen Z adults between the ages of 18 and 38 are becoming more relevant to the insurance industry in terms of size and spending power. Of the global population, millennials and Gen Z account for 27% (2 billion people)1 and 24% (1.83 billion people)2 respectively, and combined, have purchasing power estimated to be in the trillions of dollars annually.

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Discovering Commercial Auto Opportunities in the “I Want It Now” Era

The growth of online deliveries and driver shortages – combined with rising inflation and supply chain pressures – has intensified commercial auto risk across the United States. But insurers equipped with robust information on potential markets and individual risks can find opportunities for profitable growth.
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Life Insurance More Than Just a Death Benefit

The Real Estate CPA

Our guests, Felix Tuccillo and Taylor Patterson, are here to teach you about wealth build using life insurance! Life insurance is more than just a death benefit. Our clients use life insurance to exponentially grow their real estate portfolios and avoid taxes all at the same time.
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AI and Automation in Insurance

marketforce.wavecast.io

In this filmed webinar you will gain exclusive insight into how best to manage the complexities of new technologies, the key ways to leverage AI and robotics in your business, the common pitfalls to avoid and what the future holds for tech-savvy carriers.
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Insuring Toys and Collectibles

niia

Unless you collect the same item or have an interest in the same hobby as an insured, you may be asked to insure items about which you have little first-hand knowledge. Every homeowners policy has limitations that apply to certain classes of personal property and liability arising out of activities in which an insured may be involved. Examine the difference in valuation methods based on Actual Cash Value, Replacement Cost, and Agreed Value. Evaluate significant differences in the level of protection for owned versus non-owned motorized "toys" under a homeowners policy. Examine how a personal umbrella policy can help fill in the potential coverage gaps.
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Spotlight

As previous generations retire and move to a life stage in which they consume fewer products and services, younger millennial and Gen Z adults between the ages of 18 and 38 are becoming more relevant to the insurance industry in terms of size and spending power. Of the global population, millennials and Gen Z account for 27% (2 billion people)1 and 24% (1.83 billion people)2 respectively, and combined, have purchasing power estimated to be in the trillions of dollars annually.

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