CAIW National Convention 2018Jun 06, 2018
CAIW 52nd Annual General Meeting & Convention
June 6 – 10, 2018
Halifax Convention Centre
The Nova Scotia Insurance Women’s Association (NSIWA) is hosting the Annual General Meeting and Convention of the Canadian Association of Insurance Women (CAIW) right here in Halifax.
The program is jam packed with something for everybody. Our Public Speaking Contest brings out the best from local Associations across Canada! Check out our great line-up of speakers for the Education Day on Friday, June 8 – it is open to everybody, so come on along and bring a friend. You won’t be disappointed!!
SAIL AWAY FROM THE SAFE HARBOUR
JANICE BUTLER CREATIVE BREEZE TRAINING
Welcoming the “new” and embracing “change”. Janice motivates the audience by explaining that it takes inspiration to start something new, and that it takes knowledge and practice on how to deal with our internal dialogue, “little voices”. Janice shows the participants how to sail through fear and then learn from their experiences.
EFFECT OF MARIJUANA ON THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY
An interactive format for unearthing the insurance ramifications on how the legalization of marijuana will affect the insurance industry. Each panel member will have 15 minutes to discuss how the legalization will affect their specific field: LAW, CLAIMS ADJUSTING & RISK MANAGEMENT
AUTOMATED VEHICLES – IMPLICATIONS FOR INSURANCE
PAUL KOVACS, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, ICLR
Paul will discuss the key findings in the Automated Vehicle study, and look to the future of Automated/Semi automated vehicles. He will illuminate us with the shifting of responsibility for collisions, the difficulty in underwriting the risks and the need to rewrite traffic and insurance regulations.
THE DIGITAL TIPPING POINT: ADOPTING THE TOOLS FOR TOMORROW. TODAY
SHERIF GEMAYEL – PRESIDENT SHARP INSURANCE
Sherif will talk about our broadly evolving digital landscape and how now is the most crucial time to change the way broker/agents service their client. How to bridge the gap between current broker services and client expectations. He will discuss the necessity for brokerages to adopt a multifaceted service plan that encapsulates the types of digital tools clients now expect to see from their service providers
So just complete the PDF Registration form and return to Deb MacDougall, Travelers Canada, 300 – 100 Venture Run, Dartmouth, NS B3B 0H9 or email to Convention2018CAIW@nsiwa.com
Send cheque payable to CAIW Convention Fund 2018 to Deb MacDougall, Travelers Canada, 300 – 100 Venture Run, Dartmouth, NS B3B 0H9.Download iCal