Sign up now for Post's Future of Insurance Work event


There is now just a fortnight to go before Insurance Post holds its Future of Insurance Work event.

This builds on Insurance Post’s editorially-driven campaign that aims to provide a platform for people to discuss and share ideas, advice, best practices and experiences as the sector looks to reset and restart in a post-Covid-19 world and look beyond the pandemic.

Among the themes we will explore during sessions between the 14th and 16th October are the macro-economic trends driving the future of work agenda; managing the shift from the ‘old world’ to the new one for employer and employees; and the skills needed to help make businesses more competitive in an increasingly agile environment.

We will also focus on the role of the office and future of the insurance workplace as a concept; the role of technology, talent and transformation in helping businesses achieve their goals; and the benefits in adopting a more progressive attitude towards to the Future of Work.

With over 40 speakers lined up, from Allianz, Aviva, Beazley,, Convex, Covea, Gallagher, HDI Global, KKS Savills, LV, Markel UK, Munich Re, Willis Towers Watson and Zurich among others, the interactive online event The Future if Insurance Work offers plenty of opportunity to both learn, discuss and network.

So sign up today, to take advantage of this opportunity to set up meetings with fellow attendees, connect using our AI matchmaking algorithm or just sit back and enjoy the content.

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