2021 USA Insurance Events

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COVID-19 has turned most industries upside down and everyone has had to learn to adapt to these new realities. Conferences are no exception. Many event organizers opted to cancel events in the last year, while others adapted and moved the events online. No one knows what 2021 holds, whether events will remain online or they will be able to be in-person, either way, we have put together a list of all the top insurance events happening in 2021.

This list is based on our research from 2020 conferences and new information on upcoming events. Relevant information included:

  • Dates
  • Location
  • Duration
  • Main theme
  • Main target audiences

Here’s our 2021 list, including links to each event. If you’ve spotted an event that we’ve missed or any other details that should be updated, please contact us. We’ll be updating this list throughout the year:

Q1 2021:

Employment Practices Liability Insurance
When: January 26-28
Where: Virtual event
What: Gain strategic guidance for tackling the newest, highest-stakes challenges affecting litigation and claims outcomes.
Who: Underwriters, Claims Counsel, Employment Counsel, Brokers, Product Managers, Risk Managers, Human Resources Managers

Celent Conference: Innovation & Insight Week 2021
When: March 9-11
Where: Virtual event

InsurTech NY: Spring 2021 Conference
When: March 10-11
Where: Virtual event
What: The event will look ahead five years beyond the pandemic to understand how macroeconomic and psychographic forces are shaping the way consumers buy from and interact with insurance brands. Industry leaders and innovators will lead the discussion around the future of insurance
Who: Carriers, brokers, startups, and investors

Insurance Innovators: USA
When: March 16-25
Where: Virtual event
What: Innovation in insurance – be inspired by disruptors and gain insights from those changing insurance as we know it.
Who: Insurance and solution providers

Advisen 2021 Casualty Insights
When: March 23-24
Where: Virtual event
What: The focus of the program will be on the issues of greatest significance to risk managers and other insurance buyers, but it will also be highly relevant and important to casualty professionals throughout the insurance and reinsurance markets.
Who: Risk managers and insurance buyers

Q2 2021:

RIMS (Risk Management Society) 2021
When: April 19-29
Where: Chicago, Illinois
What: Presenting the latest strategies in risk management.
Who: Risk professionals

OnRamp Insurance
When: May 4th
Where: Virtual event
What: The conference highlights innovations disrupting the insurance industry, the leaders making such innovations possible, and how new technologies and business models will reinvent the industry.
Who: Startups, corporations, and investors

NAIC Insurance Summit
When: June 15-17, June 22-24
Where: Virtual event
What: The summit explores the newest ideas, the latest technology, and the future of regulatory practices.
Who: Innovators and regulators.

The Future of Insurance USA
When: June 22-24
Where: Virtual event
What: Explore how to accelerate your digital capability to navigate disruption – to understand the long-term future of insurance and how to use tech to embrace the full potential of what your organization is capable of.
Who: Insurance Analytics, tech, and business leaders

NAMIC Management Conference
When: June 27-30
Where: White Sulphur Springs, W.Va.
What: Focus on innovation, industry trends, and leadership
Who: A summit for CEOs, senior executives, and future leaders.

Global Insurance Symposium
When: June 28-30
Where: Des Moines, Iowa
What: The latest industry trends and doing business in a post-COVID world.
Who: Insurance and financial services executives – including CMOs, CIOs, CTOs, national and international regulators, state and federal government representatives, entrepreneurs, startup tech firms.

Q3 2021:

NAMIC Commercial Lines Seminar
When: July 21-23
Where: Chicago, Illinois and virtual
What: Share insights, learn about emerging issues in commercial lines, and make connections with valuable industry partners.
Who: Mid- to senior-level underwriters, managers and executives.

Applied Net
When: August 23-26
Where: Virtual event
What: Focusing on how agencies, brokerages, MGAs, and insurers can thrive in the digital revolution of insurance. Technology, consumer demand, new competition, and changing market dynamics are revolutionizing the insurance industry.

NAIC Insurance Summit
When: September 13-17
Where: Kansas City
What: The summit explores the newest ideas, the latest technology, and the future of regulatory practices.
Who: Innovators and regulators.

Insurance AI and Innovative Tech USA
When: September 14-15
Where: Virtual event

NAMIC Annual Convention
When: September 19-22
Where: Nashville, Tennessee and virtual event
What: Gain valuable insights, learn about emerging trends, and connect with experienced speakers and leaders who are committed to the mutual insurance industry.
Who: Mutual insurance company leaders

Q4 2021:

InsureTech Connect
When: October 4-6
Where: Las Vegas, Nevada
What: Insurance industry leaders from all categories (Property & Casualty, Health, Life, Small Business and specialty), entrepreneurs, and investors gather to learn all about innovation in the largest insurtech event.
Who: Industry leaders, innovators, investors.

AMCOMP – Annual Meeting
When: November 15-17
Where: Las Vegas, Nevada
What: The focus of the program will be on the issues of greatest significance to risk managers and other insurance buyers, but it will also be highly relevant and important to casualty professionals throughout the insurance and reinsurance markets.
Who: Risk managers and insurance buyers.

Connected Claims USA
When: November 16-18
Where: Virtual event
What: Focusing on how to unlock the full potential of each and every claims organization.
Who: Chief Claims Officers, thought leaders, anyone dealing in claims.

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