Digital Insurance Summit 2020

October 26-27, 2020 | USA

Digital Insurance Summit is the only conference bringing together digital innovators from insurance companies, agencies, brokers, and insurtechs to discuss strategies to acquire and better serve your customers. Your customers need you. The Digital Insurance Summit will give you the strategies and tools to strengthen your brand experience, keep customers loyal, and embolden trust.

Spotlight

The political unrest that has rocked Hong Kong for the last three months is hitting the city's insurance sector hard. Chinese customers are the biggest drivers of demand for Hong Kong insurance products and the unrest is deterring them from travelling to the city.


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Spotlight

The political unrest that has rocked Hong Kong for the last three months is hitting the city's insurance sector hard. Chinese customers are the biggest drivers of demand for Hong Kong insurance products and the unrest is deterring them from travelling to the city.

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