Webinar with Victoria Stilwell: Reducing Dog Bites by Understanding the Secret Language of Dogs

Fear Free Happy Homes

Dog attacks are a nationwide issue and pose a double tragedy to the victim and the fate of the dog. Dog bites and injury to veterinarians, staff, and pet professionals, are often considered an occupational hazard.  Many of the situations that may result in a dog bite can be prevented by understanding the language and emotions of dogs. In this webinar, dog trainer and author Victoria Stilwell will talk about dog body language, behavior, and how to safely interact with dogs as part of National Dog Bite Prevention Week. She will provide information to help pet professionals and pet owners recognize and respond to situations that can result in a dog bite or injury.
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Spotlight

In their quest to become more customer-centric, property and casualty (P&C) insurers are increasingly investing in digital technologies that help predict customer behaviors and engage with them on their terms. The chief marketing officer (CMO) is at the center of the action, a role that has grown to become one of the most complex and challenging in a carrier’s organization. Already, the noise is deafening. According to industry estimates, insurers spend over $6 billion on advertising per year, with carriers battling each other across channels, from television and radio to Web advertisements and social media. According to a study by market intelligence company SNL Financial, the marketing spend by the insurance industry outstrips every other U.S. industry by nearly 8%.

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Oceanus Partners Presents: How to Get More 1st Appointments with Commercial Insurance Prospects

Zywave

Getting in the door is one of the biggest challenges facing agents today. Booking meetings are both an art and a science—and agents must be willing to do the work necessary to capture the attention of prospects. So how do you get a prospect to say “yes” to that first meeting? To get to “yes,” you must be able to deliver valuable insight, pique their curiosity and demonstrate your value. Join Zywave and special guests, Frank Pennachio and Susan Toussaint, to learn how to land more prospect meetings and set yourself apart from the competition.
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A Conversation with James Maudslay

ITL

In this webinar, Insurance Thought Leadership Editor-in-Chief Paul Carroll interviews James Maudslay, Head of Global Insurance at Equinix, on how information systems are – and aren’t – taking new forms.
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Myth Busting Cyber Claims – There is more than one way to manage a cyber claim

Advisen

The insurance industry has long worked under the assumption that cyber claims, or cyber incident response, should be led by a lawyer or IT specialist. While legal and IT services are essential components of cyber claims handling, and the cyber provider ecosystem, their expertise is necessary at the right time and not necessarily for every situation that transpires. Dedicated project management can help to streamline the cyber claims process.
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Insurance & Business Continuity Lifecycle

RiskLogic

Recent catastrophic events coupled with local industrial losses has significantly changed the insurance industry. Insurers appetite to underwrite Food and Beverage and Manufacturing exposures in particular has reduced dramatically. This change has led to increased premiums and in some instances, businesses being classified as 'un-insurable'. Managing this change in appetite can often come down to how you differentiate your risk and resilience strategies, at renewal.
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Spotlight

In their quest to become more customer-centric, property and casualty (P&C) insurers are increasingly investing in digital technologies that help predict customer behaviors and engage with them on their terms. The chief marketing officer (CMO) is at the center of the action, a role that has grown to become one of the most complex and challenging in a carrier’s organization. Already, the noise is deafening. According to industry estimates, insurers spend over $6 billion on advertising per year, with carriers battling each other across channels, from television and radio to Web advertisements and social media. According to a study by market intelligence company SNL Financial, the marketing spend by the insurance industry outstrips every other U.S. industry by nearly 8%.

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