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Telematics Update has announced that on March 26th, at the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel in London, they will host a complimentary breakfast exclusively for the insurance and broker community, to provide a complete update on usage based insurance (UBI).
(PRWEB) February 18, 2014
Executives from RSA, Carrot Insurance, Direct Line Group, Provisional Marmarlade and Bradesco Auto/RE have already confirmed to attend to discuss issues around UBI from marketing to pricing and data. EY (formerly Ernst & Young) will also be sending their senior manager, EMEIA -insurance risk and actuarial services, to give an exclusive presentation relaying their market research and findings into the European market for UBI.
Andrew Pym, project director for Telematics Update has commented: The UBI business Breakfast for Insurers is the chance for some of the most advanced players in UBI to meet those who are just into the product development phase. Insurers and brokers can come and get some breakfast, and at the same time, build an understanding of how the industry as a whole is moving into telematics solutions. Pym went on to say, EY will be delivering some amazing data that breaks down where we are today and how things will unfold for the immediate and long term future.
The UBI business Breakfast for Insurers will be a concise two hours of insurance telematics business intelligence. Limited to just 40 places and only for the insurance and broker community, the morning will include an exclusive presentation from EY and focussed workshop-style discussion groups covering:
Pricing & Risk: Assess how UBI telemetry can be utilised to decipher the frequency and severity of accidents for an accurate pricing mode
The Key To Consumer Perception: Determine the central benefit of UBI to each driver segment to design targeted, strategic marketing campaigns and increase market with a streamlined product portfolio
The Technology Behind UBI: Understand what technology such as smartphones and embedded car connectivity is set to disrupt the already fast moving UBI industry to develop a robust product roadmap
Usage Based Insurance Business Models: PHYD / PAYD / MHYD / TBYB. These differing business models each have their pros and cons. Which one best fits your customer base and company objectives?
Insurers can sign up for the breakfast for free here: http://www.telematicsupdate.com/insurance-telematics-eu/content-business-breakfast.php
The UBI business Breakfast for Insurers will be hosted by Telematics Update as a precursor to the 4th annual Telematics Insurance Europe 2014 Conference & Exhibition in London this May (6-7th May, Novotel London West, UK). http://www.telematicsupdate.com/insurance-telematics-eu
This event was very useful in gathering the main players in one place allowing direct comparison of products and services. - Aviva
This event will become the essential annual conference to stay connected within insurance telematics. - Liberty Mutual
The overall show was very informative, there was a lot of important information I took from it. - Vordur Insurance
For more information about the UBI Business Breakfast please visit the website: http://www.telematicsupdate.com/insurance-telematics-eu/content-business-breakfast.php.
About Telematics Update:
Telematics Update Conferences are the most prestigious in the industry. We produce the largest telematics events in North America, Europe & Asia, and attract the most influential speakers providing a rich environment for establishing strategic relationships and networking.
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