COVER Protection & Health Summit 2021
Building Back Together
2 November – The Brewery
The COVER Protection & Health Summit 2021 will reunite the insurance sector on 2 November, as our flagship conference returns to The Brewery, to explore how health and protection offerings have adapted and client needs evolved as we begin to emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Across health, protection and employee benefit streams, this year’s Summit will feature a combination of partner presentations, live panel debates and audience-led Q&As, examining the industry’s most pressing topics, both pre- and post-pandemic.
The importance of mental, physical and financial wellbeing has come to the forefront over the last year and insurers have had to adapt their offering to make sure people have access to the right pathways for both health and protection cover.
The employer/employee relationship has also undergone a transformative period, with ongoing uncertainty around the future of the hybrid working model, alongside increasingly knowledgeable and determined staff looking to their employer for customisable, unique benefits packages.
To meet these needs we’ve seen the best of innovation, but what did we learn and what can the industry do as a collective to ensure that customers are getting the best advice, insurance and service possible as we head into a new era. This year, to cater to our delegates as broadly as possible, the COVER Protection & Health Summit will be open to both physical and virtual attendees with on demand sessions being available.
TIME UNTIL EVENT
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Employee Benefits Consultants
Independent Financial Advisers (IFA)
Insurance brokers that write protection and/or health insurance business
Proposition Specialists Underwriters
The health and safety of our attendees and staff is our top priority and so we will continue to monitor developments in relation to the Covid-19 pandemic and will follow Government guidance on public gatherings.
We are currently working with all our venues, as well as catering, AV and production contractors to ensure that we provide a safe environment for all at the event.
This event is working towards the International Standard ISO 20121 and follows guidance set out by the Sustainable Event Alliance (SEA)
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