March 31: Deadline for Early Registration for Global Insurance Symposium

March 28, 2016

The early bird registration deadline for the third annual Global Insurance Symposium is Thursday, March 31.

The Global Insurance Symposium will be held on April 26-28, 2016 in Downtown Des Moines, Iowa. It is hosted by the Iowa Insurance Institute, the Federation of Iowa Insurers, the Iowa Economic Development Authority, the Greater Des Moines Partnership and the Iowa Insurance Division.

Early bird registrants save more than 20 percent on the cost of the three-day symposium. Attendees are encouraged to register today online at

This year’s Global Insurance Symposium is themed “Inspiring Innovation in the Insurance Industry.” New at the Symposium this year is an Innovation Track, which comprehensively explores innovation opportunities and challenges.

In addition to the Innovation Track, all attendees will have the opportunity to hear presentations from companies within the Global Insurance Accelerator, a mentor-driven business accelerator designed to foster innovation in the insurance industry by supporting startups targeting the global insurance industry.

Speakers include state insurance commissioners, industry leaders, regulatory representatives from various states, national offices and international organizations, and other experts in the insurance industry from around the world.

The Global Insurance Accelerator has partnered with the ACORD Insurance Innovative Challenge, which will be held on Tuesday, April 26, 2016 in Downtown Des Moines. Created and led by ACORD, the insurance industry’s global standards and services association, the ACORD Insurance Innovation Challenge (AIIC) is an innovation competition-business incubator hybrid which identifies and promotes innovation in and for the insurance industry. Des Moines is one of four cities worldwide to host an ACORD Insurance Innovation Challenge event.

Source: Global Insurance Symposium

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