2017 Novarica Insurance Technology Research Council Meeting
The 10th annual Novarica Insurance Technology Research Council Annual Meeting will held on April 25th-26th, 2017 in Providence RI at the Omni Hotel. Novarica’s annual council meeting features presentations by our CIO members, Novarica’s senior team, and invited guests from outside the industry. Previous guests have included leading researchers from Harvard Business School and Brown University, analytics executives from global banks, and Silicon Valley venture capitalists.
The meeting begins with presentations and panels in the afternoon of Tuesday, April 25th, followed by a networking reception and dinner. On the morning of the 25th, there are additional group sessions followed by breakout peer discussions in our special interest groups, each co-moderated by one a CIO chairperson and a Novarica senior team member.
Full agenda will be announced in January 2017. Details from last year’s meeting are provided below:
Please use the form below to register, and please contact Novarica at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Like all Novarica Council events, there are no sponsors or vendors involved in this meeting. There are also no fees for Council members to attend.
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Providence, RI is accessible via the Amtrak Acela, as well as PVD and BOS airports. Please contact us with any travel planning inquiries.
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