Articles - Insurance and the Future a Journey to Innovation Ever After

There are growing pressures surrounding the insurance industry to innovate through greenfield opportunities - from prospecting and client lead generation to risk assessment, product matching, and even identifying entirely new verticals. Without a comprehensive strategy, the ability to win new business and retain loyal customers is severely diminished.


 Companies must adapt and prepare for a new journey of continuous, evolving change. But are they channelling change?
 Check out the latest industry-leading insights and expect to explore the most urgent challenges for incumbent carriers and insurtechs alike:
 • Cooperation and customer-centricity: Enable organizations and their ecosystems to forge a more resilient and adaptable foundation to create new value with their organization’s partners
 • Automation, innovation and transformation: Understand how innovation is driving growth, look no further than the global Insurtech market
 • A big issue – cybersecurity: As digitisation ramps up, the number one issue that all companies are facing today is cyber-security, give your customers trust with a robust IT governance policy
 • Michael Costonis, EVP, Chief Operations Officer, CNA Insurance
 • Beti Cung, Head of Innovation Labs and AI, CSAA Insurance Group
 • Brent Hammer, Innovation Officer, Grange Insurance
 • Greg Williams, CEO, Acrisure
 I hope you find this content useful.
 Any questions don’t hesitate to email me directly.
 Kindest Regards,
 Joshua Lloyd-Braiden
 Global Project Director
 Reuters Events
 Telephone: +44 (0)20 7536 7223

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