For decades, privately-owned, privately-insured cars have been so common that few people have questioned these models of transportation and risk.
Digital innovation in insurance are moving faster than ever — and this May in Austin, Texas, the DigIn conference will spend three days focusing on the change.
This year’s DigIn conference revolves around the topic “.” The three-day event kicks off May 14 in Austin, Texas, and it features not only an all-star list of keynote speakers, but also live demonstrations from some of the biggest names in insurtech today.
The Auto Insurance Report National Conference (AIRNC) enters its 21st year in 2018 with an April conference in Dana Point, California. According to sponsor , this year’s conference features nearly every auto insurance provider in the United States, along with a wide range of specialist data and professional services suppliers.
This year’s Insurance Innovation Summit is happening now in New York.
Amazon started life as an online bookseller, a fact that few people today remember, as the ecommerce giant has expanded into most every vertical. The company now sells nearly every household item under the sun, and it appears that Amazon will enter the pharmacy market, as well, according to at Digital Journal.
From giants like Amazon to digital DIY storefronts like Etsy, the digital marketplace has permanently altered how consumers think about shopping for every conceivable product and service.
Insurers move cautiously when embracing automation and other tech tools, and for good reason. As technology changes the insurance industry, challenges arise that appear in few other verticals.
A customer purchasing auto insurance lives somewhere, in a house or an apartment that needs homeowners’ or renters’ insurance. A customer seeking homeowners’ or renters’ insurance might have a vehicle or two parked out front. And how many of these individuals also run their own business ventures?