Top trends in Emerging Technologies for Insurance

Thursday, 16 November 2023
12:30 pm – 1:30 pm (UK time)
    • Gary Nuttell

>> Event Overview

If you feel that technologies are changing the world faster and faster every day then today is the slowest it’s going to be for the rest of your life! So how do you keep up with all of the latest technologies whilst also not falling for the inevitable hype, myth and marketing blurb from companies trying to get you to buy their latest and greatest products ?

As an independent consultant the presenter isn’t trying to sell you anything and is instead using their experience to cut through the hype, dispel the myths and distil the complexities of many technologies in order to provide clarity of how the technologies work and what the impact, benefits and risks are.

>> Learning Objectives

By attending this event, delegates will be able to:

  • Have an appreciation of what the major emerging technologies are
  • Understand, in simple terms, how they work
  • Be aware of the benefits in the insurance sector
  • Be aware of the potential risks that the new technologies and trends may pose
  • Be aware of how the technologies can, and are, being used in the insurance industry

>> More about our speaker

Gary Nuttall is well recognised in the Emerging Technology arena, with particular expertise in financial services, including commercial insurance and legal sectors.

He was shortlisted and was a finalist in the 2021 CryptoAM Summit Award for Education, is listed in the “Top 100 Blockchain influencers” list and was placed 19th in Thinkers360 Top 50 Global Thought Leaders and Influencers on Cryptocurrency 2021 report and has been a guest on ITV’s Good Morning Britain, GB News TV and BBC Radio London.

He is a keynote speaker, panellist and moderator at international conferences and events, both online and in person. He provides business and strategy masterclass training for the general market and offers bespoke education, consultancy and advisory services in insurance, legal, banking, automotive and media sectors.

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