Future of General Insurance: Insurance Innovators

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Future of General Insurance: Insurance Innovators

7th & 8th November

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Held in London on 7th & 8th November 2017, Insurance Innovators is Europe’s leading general insurance conference and attracts over 400 senior Insurance executives from across the UK and Europe.

Vodafone will be showcasing how we have worked alongside our insurance customers for many years now, providing the tools and capabilities to adapt and respond to new market dynamics.

When telephone insurance took off in the 80’s and 90’s, our contact centre capabilities and extensive global networks enabled the rapid creation of call centres. With the advent of the internet in the following decades, we provided the connectivity to underpin online offerings. As mobile and cloud technologies have matured, we have helped our clients to adopt new ways of working, enhancing productivity, efficiency and innovation. Today, as pioneers of IoT technologies, owners of the UK’s best mobile network and market leading collaboration services, once again we stand ready to help our clients reshape their businesses to gain a competitive edge.

At the event we look forward to showing you how our clients and partners have transformed their businesses using innovative technology. Stop by the Vodafone stand to discover how our latest innovative IoT solutions are changing the future of insurance.

Keynote: Moving IoT based insurance up a gear

  • Speaker: Matt Chalk, Vodafone IoT
  • 7th November 10:00 Innovation Stage

Follow us on Twitter: @VodafoneIoT for updates from the event.

Future of General Insurance: Insurance Innovators

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