Insurance Innovation Day 2015
Insurance Innovation Day 2016
If you answered the 3 questions with Yes, you are definitely suitable for our Innovation Day. Our ORF & Event Moderator Julia Schutze will lead us throughout the day. We have developed an interesting event concept for you.
STUDIO 44 – an innovative and modern location in Vienna
Strategy Director - University of California, San Diego - USA
Academic Director Insurance, President of Advisory Board - Germany
President of Association of Hungarian Insurance Companies - Hungary
European Commission - Deputy Head of Unit Media Convergence - Belgien
Founder - Claim Corporation Network - Netherland
ERGO - Direct Sales & Innovation - Austria
New Insurance Business - CEO - Switzerland
Generali Insurance - Board Member - Hungary
InsurTech.VC - Design Partner - Germany
Connected Insurance Observatory - CEO - Italy
Head of Customer & Digital Office Zurich Insurance Company Ltd Switzerland
Neosurance - Co-founder - Italy
Venture Capital - Managing Partner - London / Hongkong
LAB25 - Co-Founder - Germany
Blockchainhaus CEO - Germany
InsurTech Consulting Partners - Co-Founder - Switzerland / Hungary
CEO - MARSH - Austria / CEE
Product Expert Life - Société Générale - England
Managing Director - Insurance Factory - Austria
President of the managment board - Merkur - Croatia
Senior Partner SparXSystems Software Gmbh. - Austria
Founder - Lion Enterprises - Austria
CCO B2B - UBIMET - Austria
Head of Sales - UBIMET - Austria
PROF2B - Consulting for Entrepreneurs - CEO - Austria
Listen to interesting talks from experts! Seize the opportunity to hear all the talks.
Be a part of it! Learn about the new trends and exchange valuable knowledge.
You will hear a whole day of innovative solutions!
THE MAGIC OF INNOVATION was created for future thinking managers, who are ready to see the new world and are open to understanding new solutions.
Work on and exchange these concept with other members
Successful collaboration with startups and business partners
New opportunities, new knowledge, trends and future management help to find ideas and solutions faster— that’s our goal.
|Sales & Marketing||Product & Process Management||Claims & Underwriting & Service|
|CRM||Strategy & Innovation||Human Resource|
FIRST COME FIRST RESERVE!
There are only Exclusive Tickets available however if your name is on the list you can use all our exclusive areas. (When you say exclusive do you mean VIP areas/tickets?)
INSURANCE INNOVATION DAY the most interesting event with the world`s insurance executives, startups, brokers, investors in Vienna.Insurance Factory
European Commission - FASF (Qualified actuary (non-life and health) and Fellow of the Actuarial Society of Finland)
Fintech is likely to produce a disruptive effect in the financial markets in Europe, by coming up with new solutions and novel modes of working, cutting intermediaries and simplifying or totally changing processes. Insurance industry has a long tradition of data handling and using technology to support its processess. Nevertheless, Fintech – or Insurtech - is likely to disrupt also this field: new and secured ways for claims processes – using DLT such as blockchain, for example – as well as risk and customer analyses or underwriting processes and investment strategies are being tested and developed. DG CONNECT encourages European development and innovation via its Horizon2020 funding programmes and also considers Fintech initiatives an important part of implementing the DSM.European Commission
Where do we stand? -The current status of the Hungarian Insurance Market; Challenges of the present in Europe and in Hungary - What are the main driving forces of the future in the insurance sector? – Survey results and theoretical insight - Challenges ahead - threats or opportunities?MABISZ
UBIMET supports insurance companies by creating new customer journeys for existing services that
Peace of mind has always been the catalyst for insurance. That said, the role of insurance is shifting as we move from scarcity to abundance in an exponentially evolving marketplace. How might we better understand peace of mind when everything becomes connected?Jeremy Abbett
If the internet we use today is the internet of information, blockchain is the internet of value that has the potential to fundamentally transform business, economy & society as we know it. Blockchain allows us to decentralise trust, creating the basis for a peer-to-peer economy, powered by auto enforceable smart contracts. Transactions on the blockchain through these smart contracts are in many cases faster & cheaper and more secure than transactions that classically run through neural central authorities. This talk will give a brief Introduction and explain how Blockchain could disrupt the Insurance Industry.BlockchainHub
Today we've already gone one step further, waiting for the first InsurTech-risk-carriers to go "live" this year. What will this mean? What will happen to the InsurTech-brokers and how will the old economy react? Reasons enough to have a closer look at today's situation...Goethe Business School
Connected insurance benefits for the customer and the insurance sector - Critical review of wishes, myths and figures - Some predictions about the adoptionConnected Insurance Observatory
The myths and facts about those claims and present our vision for the evolution of motor insurance products for autonomous vehicles. Current methodology in pricing and assessing motor insurance risks and portfolio and at individual policy level will be investigatedInsurTech Consulting Partners
Do you know the difference between Silicon Valley and Europe Valley? My experience, my give away, my hope…Insurance Factory
What is the secret of Innovation? From Crowdsourcing to Collective Impact, a new framework for sustainable innovation.University of California
Life insurance business is in a transition process. It already becomes apparent that the magnitude of change is bigger and the speed, at which the change will move through the industry, will be significantly higher than ever before. It will be a fundamental change. The core question is: will it be an evolution, a revolution or a disruption?New Insurance Business
Most insurance companies' tried-and-tested` business models have grown over time - sometimes over hundreds of years. Such insurance systems are by nature complex, multifaceted and support-intensive and therefore expensive. Meanwhile, the experts with the know-how required to handle such legacy system are retiring. How can the challenge of coping with this complexity be met? Abstraction and simplification through modeling is the clear path forward!SparXSystems
Consumers are becoming more and more connected whether it is at home, at work, behind the wheel, when they engage in sports and leisure activities, and so on. This is happening quite fast, due to the adoption of smart devices, and companies have to be able to react accordingly in order to maximize value both for their clients and for themselves. The surrounding environment is becoming smart and is being incorporated in the connected ecosystem, thus creating new opportunities for insurance companies, that will have to face ever evolving challenges and learn to manage the IoT value chain. Starting from contextual data gathered from devices and wearables insurers should be able to register, process and analyze a huge amount of data and use the knowledge in order to improve pricing and optimize their business models in terms of loss control, risk assessment and prevention.DIGITAL TECH
The number of robots increases steadily. Slowly but surely, robots find their way into the insurance sector too. This talk is about a project with Pepper, the most sophisticated humanoid robot which can be purchased on the market currently. Meet Pepper Milli, see what this robot is used for and learn more about future scenarios.Lion Enterprises
The IoT is already here. Where are you? - What do millennials expect from an insurer? - Where to start? - Business CaseClaims Corporation Network
Digitalization strategy ERGOlution in a nutshell - How digitalization supports existing sales processes - How digitalization enables new sales approachesERGO
Companies want to create efficiencies, reduce cost and at the same time improve the quality of their products and services - Start with the customer experience before thinking in technologies - Generation Y are demanding I49customers - Artificial intelligence holds the potential to transforming the customer experience - Combine the AI element with human expertise to maximize successZürich
|Papers||Submission Deadline||Notification Date|
|Before November 15, 2016||On November 30, 2016|
|Abstracts||Submission Deadline||Notification Date|
|Before November 15, 2016||On November 30, 2016|
|Registration||Submission Deadline||December 15, 2016|
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