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EXPERT SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
Master Regulations and Build the Business
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Welcome to Insurance Telematics Canada 2014
Organised by:
EARLY ADOPTION OF UBI IS CRUCIAL TO GET AHEAD OF THE CURVE
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At Insurance Telematics Canada 2014 (May 28-29), leading insurers and TSPs will discuss the huge potential that the usage based insurance market is showing in Canada. Expert speakers confirmed - FSCO, Desjardins, RSA Group, The Cooperators, CAA and Zurich. Independently-researched sessions include regulatory considerations, business models, analysing Canadian data and UBI for brokers. View the agenda here

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  1. 1. EXPERT SPEAKERS INCLUDE: Master Regulations and Build the Business Case to Lead the Canadian UBI Explosion 150+ Executive Delegates 30+ Expert Speakers 20+ Business-Focussed Sessions 20+ Hours of Supreme Networking New Speakers, New Intelligence, New Networking... NEW SHOW! Visit the website today for the latest updates on top speakers, sessions and the full conference programme! www.telematicsupdate.com/insurance-telematics-canada Organised by: May 28-29, 2014, Westin Prince Hotel, Toronto, Canada INSURANCE TELEMATICS CANADA 2014 Canada's first and only conference dedicated to usage based insurance SAVE $200 When you register by Friday, 4th April Unique discount code inside www.telematicsupdate.com/insurance- telematics-canada Platinum Sponsors: Gold Sponsors: Badge Sponsor: Folder Sponsor: Panel Sponsor: `` GRASP THE CRUCIAL REGULATORY LANDSCAPE: Analyse the requirements for insurance regulatory filings in different provinces and territories to devise a UBI roll-out plan in line with Canada’s geographical and political nuances `` QUELL CONSUMERS’ UBI PRIVACY CONCERNS: Dispel the UBI personal data myths via transparent messaging surrounding data usage and discount expectations to create an enhanced consumer-insurer relationship based on trust `` EARLY ADOPTION PROVIDES THE KEY TO CANADIAN MARKET: Devise a targeted proactive UBI strategy according to specific demographic needs to be the first to build a portfolio of preferred drivers that present less risk to the insurer `` ENGAGE BROKERS FOR SIGNFICIANT UBI RETURNS: Educate brokers about the benefits of UBI, i.e. through industry workshops, to create an informed network of brokers who can confidently communicate to consumers about insurance telematics `` CANADA: THE NEXT WORLD LEADER IN INSURANCE TELEMATICS: Evaluate key case studies from the US and Europe. Differentiate your UBI offering and create a cycle of product innovation to find the formula that takes UBI mainstream in Canada TM
  2. 2. Welcome to Insurance Telematics Canada 2014 Organised by: EARLY ADOPTION OF UBI IS CRUCIAL TO GET AHEAD OF THE CURVE Contact the Telematics Update team at insurancecanada@telematicsupdate.com or (global) +44 (0) 207 375 7585 or (US) 1 800 814 3459 x 7585 Bruce Green, Senior Manager - Rates and Classifications, Financial Services Commission of Ontario Vincent Pavero, Director, Products & Innovation, iMetrik Clive Thomson, NationalTransportation Portfolio Executive, Zurich Canada Angelique Magi, Vice President- Strategic Initiatives, The Guarantee Company of North America Steve Livingstone, Vice President –Telematics, RSA Group Mark Prefontaine, Superintendent of Pensions, Insurance, and Financial Institutions, Alberta Treasury Board and Finance Kelleen Arquette, Consultant, Towers Watson Colin Simpson, CEO, Independent Broker Resources Inc. (IBRI) part of IBAO Patrick Vice, Partner, Insurance Canada.ca Colin Wright, Principal, Corner 2 Consulting Andrew Lo, Chief Marketing Officer & Chief Strategy Officer, Kanetix Hans Gantzkow Senior Architect, Centre for Study of Insurance Operations Eric Weisburg, North America Big Data Insurance Leader, IBM Jamie Rodgers, VP Consulting Services, CGI Matthew Turack, Vice President – Insurance, Canadian Automobile Association TOP-LEVEL SPEAKERS INCLUDE: There has only been one technology that the Canadian auto insurance industry has been talking about in the past weeks and months: the capability of usage based insurance (UBI) to revolutionise the consumer proposition. With UBI products already on the market, there is no doubt that insurance telematics is here to stay in Canada. A watch and wait strategy is not an option; the Canadian UBI ecosystem will be defined by those insurance carriers, telematics service providers and technology companies that react swiftly. Insurance Telematics Canada Conference & Exhibition 2014 is the first forum to unite all these stakeholders to debate key questions surrounding business models, data privacy and critical regulatory issues. The impressive progress of the US market is set to be mirrored in Canada. The figures speak for themselves - the US UBI market is estimated to reach approximately 60 million vehicles by the close of 2019 (Telematics Update - Insurance Telematics Report 2013) and similar exciting progress is expected north of the border. To realize this potential, Insurance Telematics Canada 2014 will debate critical issues including: `` Analyse the requirements for insurance regulatory filings in different provinces and territories `` Appreciate the value of segmented UBI strategies to maximize early uptake of UBI `` Dispel data consumer concerns through transparent consumer marketing campaign `` Assess the responsibilities of insurance carriers, TSPs, data aggregators and MNOs to streamline the UBI business model `` Connect with pain points of fleet managers to explain the value of UBI and improve commercial line uptake `` Discover the impact of data standards that allow cost and efficiency savings for the broker community This conference has been designed to help you spot the revenue opportunities of UBI, whilst meeting telematics services provider and regulators to maximise your potential in the Canadian market. From 6 months of independent research, we have compiled an agenda and speaker line-up of the highest quality. Expert speakers confirmed include FSCO, IBAO, CSIO, RSA Group, The Guarantee Company, CAA and Zurich to name a few. Of our US sister show, Liberty Mutual commented, Reserve your place amongst the key industry decision makers and thought leaders today! Book now to take maximum advantage of our early booking discounts via our website: www.telematicsupdate.com/insurance-telematics-canada or, the registration form enclosed in this brochure. We look forward to meeting you in Toronto in May! Jack Palmer, Project Director, Telematics Update “ This event will become the essential annual conference to stay connected within insurance telematics ”
  3. 3. 13% 11% 5% 10% 4% 4% 4% Consultant/Media 19%Telematics Service Provider 26%Insurer Other Hardware Software Developer Wireless Carrier Industry Association Tier 1 Content Provider Automaker 3% 1% For the full speaker line-up and the most up to date Insurance Telematics Canada info visit www.telematicsupdate.com/insurance-telematics-canada The First Forum to Unite the Usage Based Insurance Industry in Canada: Organised by: NEW FOR 2014! After months of carefully targeted research, we are proud to present you with a programme that is thoroughly representative of the fast-paced usage based insurance ecosystem in Canada. The conference will empower your business models and consumer offerings KEYNOTE FSCO PRESENTATION: Discover the future of UBI through the eyes of Canada’s most influential regulator THE TELEMATICS BUSINESS CASE: Learn how a segmented program designed for a cross-section of drivers can deliver significant ROI such as improving loss ratios and claims processes PREDICT HOW BIG THE CANADIAN MARKET CAN BECOME: With the US UBI market estimated to reach approximately 60 million vehicles by the close of 2019, how can Canada learn from experiences south of the border INTERACTIVE FORUM: We have employed the latest technology to ensure that our two day conference is fully interactive; with live polling, dynamic updates and interactive conversation. Join the discussion on Twitter #TUCANADA14 SEE WHO ATTENDS OUR TELEMATICS INSURANCE CONFERENCE AND WHO WE EXPECT YOU TO DO BUSINESS WITH 91%of delegates rated our speakers good to excellent 93%of attendees rated the opportunity to meet relevant industry executives as good to excellent 88%of attendees would highly recommend Telematics Update’s events to colleagues industry contacts KEY STATS FROM INSURANCE TELEMATICS USA 2013 (OUR SISTER CONFERENCE) Attendees by Industry Sector INTERACTIVE DELEGATE LIST: FOR ONE-TO-ONE MEETINGS OUR EXCLUSIVE ONLINE NETWORKING CENTER MEANS YOU CAN PERSONALLY AND DIRECTLY CONTACT ALL CONFERENCE ATTENDEES PRE AND POST EVENT – 2 MONTHS OF EXCLUSIVE NETWORKING. SIGN UP FOR YOUR TICKET TODAY! VISIT WWW.TELEMATICSUPDATE.COM/INSURANCE-TELEMATICS-CANADA/ OPEN NOW for full programme MULTIPLE NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES Face-to-face networking is key to survival in 2014 and beyond  EXCLUSIVE ONLINE NETWORKING CENTER No other conference can boast of such a unique audience. Our unique online networking tool lets you book crucial one-to-one meetings and start conversations before you arrive in Toronto. You can contact those hard-to-reach senior executives up to four weeks pre and post event.  SENIOR LEVEL DECISION MAKERS IN ATTENDANCE Rub shoulders with over 150 leading Canadian execs from the insurance, telematics service provider and telecommunications world. We’ve organised a networking party as an interactive conclusion to day one of the event (May 28th).  EXTENDED LUNCH COFFEE BREAKS We’ve adapted this year’s format to make sure you get the most out of your time in Toronto! This way you can arrange meetings and meet clients at the center of in-car content and apps development. This Conference has been designed so that you make out of your time in Toronto! This way you can arrange meetings and meet clients at the center of the usage based insurance industry in Canada.
  4. 4. Become a Telematics Update VIP and stay bang up-to-date with the industry at www.telematicsupdate.com/insurance-telematics-canada DAY 1 May 28, 2014 KEYNOTES The Government and Regulatory Landscape Auto insurance in Canada is a political and regulatory hot potato that needs to be managed shrewdly. We discuss the latest stipulations for UBI across Canada’s provinces and territories. `` Analyse the requirements for insurance regulatory filings in different provinces and territories to devise a UBI roll-out plan in line with Canada’s geographical nuances `` Discuss the potential of UBI to meet the demands of the political world, such as Ontario’s 15% reduction in auto-insurance to stay one step ahead of competitors `` Interpret the regulatory feedback from the handful of insurance carriers who have launched products, thereby shortening design and filing times to reduce time to market on new products Mark Prefontaine, Superintendent of Pensions, Insurance, and Financial Institutions, Alberta Treasury Board and Finance Bruce Green, Senior Manager - Rates and Classifications, Financial Services Commission of Ontario Canada: The Next World Leader in Insurance Telematics Consider the current market, technological and political environments in Canada and assess the potential they show for catapulting Canada to lead the international UBI scene. `` Consider the development of UBI on a global scale in order to overcome Canadian specific challenges such as regulations and data privacy concerns `` Learn from hands-on experience about the expectations and requirements of different players within the UBI value chain to take program from pilot to mass deployment `` Get a unique insight about the key advantages in Canada, (i.e. the centralisation of telecom infrastructure) that could lead to faster market UBI penetration than the States Vincent Pavero, Director, Products Innovation, iMetrik DATA New Data Standards to Accelerate the Canadian Market CSIO – in collaboration with ACORD – released a telematics data standard for the Canadian PC industry in January 2014. Assess the impact that this will have on transmitting telematics information between multiple stakeholders. `` Determine why it is crucial for the broker channel that all new Canadian telematics solutions adopt data standards `` Learn about the data sets that can be transmitted using the CSIO standard, such as VehicleTelematicsNotifyTransaction and Response to get to grips with the operating capacity of this new initiative `` Explore the next phase of telematics standards, including the ability to transfer driving scores and create histograms of driving data to create a framework for brokers offering UBI premiums Hans Gantzkow, Senior Architect, Centre for Study of Insurance Operations Creating a Unified Canadian UBI Platform Forces including standards, device commoditisation and consumer rights suggest the need for an agnostic central telematics platform for performance and security. `` Leverage a cloud hosted central platform to process claims swiftly and accurately, whilst integrating multiple sales channels, beating proprietary systems for efficiency and cost `` Learn how an existing Canadian industry risk data platform will be extended with leading partners and technologies to accept telematics data from any device and distribute it to any destination or stakeholder `` Next-gen profiling: Integrate telematics with existing proxies via a national, industry-wide platform for new insights, analytics and automated processes to enhance underwriting accuracy Jamie Rodgers, VP Consulting Services, CGI BUSINESS MODELS UBI to be Irresistible to Consumers It has been said that the awareness of UBI will only take off when the largest insurance carriers enter the market. We challenge this by discussing channels to boost consumer knowledge now. `` Appreciate the value of segmented UBI strategies, i.e. offering discount and accident amnesties to 16-25 year olds, therefore maximizing the opportunity for early uptake of UBI `` Examine initiatives such as driving lessons that relay behavioural feedback (as trialled by the Alberta Motor Association) as a tool to build up acceptance and recognition of UBI `` Discuss marketing channels such as TV adverts, social media or more traditional methods to ascertain which will target the differing customer segments most effectively Andrew Lo, Chief Marketing Officer and Chief Strategy Officer, Kanetix Paul Mlodzik, VP, Marketing and Communications, The Co-operators CONSUMER REQUIREMENTS Changing Driver Behaviour Through UBI Insurance telematics provides a strong impetus to drivers to be as safe on the roads as possible. We look at how UBI technology can positively affect safety. `` Strike the perfect balance for consumer feedback by considering real-time information against weekly/monthly updates to understand how best to influence driving behavior `` Discover findings from programs solely focused on improving driving safety, i.e. Saskatchewan’s Motorcyle Scheme, to better understand common driving tendencies `` Forecast how driver monitoring and risk assessment within commercial lines can make long-haul driving safer and more cost-effective, thereby contributing to cuts in insurance premiums Moderator: Patrick Vice, Partner, Insurance Canada.ca
  5. 5. DAY 1 May 28, 2014 Call Telematics Update on +44 (0) 207 375 7585 (global) or (US) 1 800 814 3459 x 7585 to speak to a member of the Insurance Telematics Canada team DAY 2 May 29, 2014 Smartphone Vs. Dongle: The Battle of the Aftermarket `` In what form will telematics technology be present in the car? Investigate the benefits of data collection through OBD2 dongles and the mobile phone. `` Analyse data connectivity costs to realise the potential and functionality of smartphones to deliver UBI services, allowing penetration into the mass-market `` Examine the capability of OBD2 dongles to capture GPS and vehicle diagnostic data in order to enhance customer and vehicle management relationships, based on real- time information `` Work with TSPs and MNOs to determine the best data plan that accounts for frequency of exchange for driving-critical information between device, aggregator and insurer data centre Vincent Pavero, Director, Products Innovation, iMetrik KEYNOTES Privacy and Privileges: The UBI Balancing Act With UBI programs providing more points in which to engage the customer, successfully manage discount expectations as well as data privacy concerns. `` Dispel consumer concerns over the usage of their data through transparent marketing that emphasises the benefit of sharing personal data and exactly how it is being used `` Combat potential grievances such as the idea of guaranteed discounts by clearly communicating that only good, consistent driving will bring greater premium reductions `` Learn how a‘soft sell’approach to drawing consumers to UBI, such as offering trials, can lead to the uptake of other types of PC insurance premiums that bolster consumer loyalty Matthew Turack, Vice President – Insurance, Canadian Automobile Association Investing in UBI to See Significant ROI for Insurers To launch a UBI program, a significant business case and clear ROI must be present. Having a business model that benefits the entire value chain will tick this box. `` Assess the responsibilities of insurance carriers, TSPs, data aggregators and MNOs when considering cost, maintenance and customer service to streamline the UBI business model `` What is the‘play’? Determine the business rationale and long-term gains behind launching UBI products by structuring discounts according to specific demographic needs `` Understand the need for early entry into the market to write UBI policies that develop a portfolio of preferred drivers that present less risk to the insurer Steve Livingstone, Vice President, Telematics, RSA Canada Len Llaguno, Senior Consultant, Towers Watson Blair Currie, Vice President Business Development, IMS DATA In the Beginning: The Starting Point for Canadian Data With a blank data canvas for the Canadian market to work with, appreciate the need to store, enrich and apply critical driving information to facilitate advanced insurance premiums. `` Devise a Canadian-specific data strategy for a continual collection of driving data and improve understanding of driving habits, presenting a strong UBI business case to regulators `` Define exactly how collected data will be used to provide cheaper premiums in order to respond to consumer concerns regarding personal privacy and data usage `` Assess additional features of UBI (aside from accurate pricing) such as incorporating location based services to create enhanced insurer – consumer dialogue and loyalty Kelleen Arquette, Consultant, Towers Watson Analytics to Usher in a New Era of Customer Engagement Telematics is enabling commercial businesses to transform - presenting new sources of data and analytics use cases that can engage consumers in new ways. `` Discover how the deeper analysis of driver data can be used to augment underwriting with VAS that allow carriers to get closer to the consumer `` Appreciate the need for telematics programs to be enterprise-wide ventures, from underwriting to tech. and marketing and create a joined up approach to UBI that gives you a lasting structural advantage `` Leverage global experience of big data, mobile, cloud networks and analytics across the automotive, insurance and mining industries to discover untapped, revenue streams within the emerging UBI marketing Eric Weisberg, North America Big Data Insurance Leader, IBM
  6. 6. Are you to the industry pulse? Join Telematics Update and share expert insight with our community DAY 2 May 29, 2014 Position Your Insurance Telematics Products Solutions In front of The Leading Insurance Carriers Insurance Telematics Canada 2014 will gather together the key stakeholders and industry players to help you: • Present your insurance telematics vision to the entire industry through a high profile speaking opportunity • Extend the marketability of your solutions through targeted content marketing • Build your customer database and generate new business by exhibiting at the event itself For more information on exhibition and sponsorship options at Insurance Telematics Canada 2014 contact Krystyna Grant on +44 207 375 7241 or email kgrant@telematicsupdate.com BUSINESS MODEL Wireless Carriers Find their Way in UBI Insurance carriers need to partner with the telecommunications industry to power their UBI systems. Learn how they can work together to create a win-win business case for telematics. `` Evaluate the connectivity business model for UBI which mitigates high data costs within Canada to determine a cost effective roll-out cost of provincial and national programs `` Leverage the deep-seated customer service infrastructure and relationships that MNOs have created to provide critical support and maintenance of UBI products such as billing and bundle packages `` Discover the appetite of consumers to pay for larger connectivity data plans that will be required by a fuller suite of added VAS to plot the potential popularity of UBI products Visit- www.telematicsupdate.com/insurance- telematics-canada for speaker updates Driving Real World ROI: The Commercial User Proposition There has already been much interest in personal lines and UBI. Learn how UBI can add value to the maintenance and cost savings of fleets. `` Connect with pain points of a tech savvy generation of fleet managers to explain the value of UBI, such as fuel efficiency and driver profiling that can improve commercial line uptake `` Determine the UBI proposition for commercial fleets by accurately pricing premiums to reward drivers who display safe driving behaviour `` Create realistic underwriting driving credentials for all types of fleet, irrespective of size and cargo that considers acceleration, braking and cornering to allow uptake from all sides of the industry Angelique Magi, Vice President- Strategic Initiatives, The Guarantee Company of North America Clive Thomson, National Transportation Portfolio Executive, Zurich Canada Moderator: George Cooke, President, Special Advisor the CEO, IMS CONSUMER REQUIREMENTS Broker Networks: A Crucial Step for Consumer Uptake The broker network is integral to the uptake of UBI. Utilise their relationship with the customer to portray the value of new products to hold onto and increase market share. `` Learn how brokers and their associations are pooling resources to launch telematics offerings that compete with direct insurers to maintain loyal customers and capture more of the market through UBI `` Educate brokers of the benefits of UBI, i.e. through industry workshops, to create an informed network of brokers who can confidently communicate to consumers about insurance telematics `` Discover the impact of data standards in providing a platform for the transfer of driving critical information, translating to considerable cost and efficiency savings for the broker community Colin Simpson, CEO, Independent Broker Resources Inc. (IBRI) – part of the IBAO FUTURE Entrenching the Canadian market It is widely accepted that the Canadian market is in a position akin to the US three years ago. Look into how the Canadian market will sustain itself and learn from its southern cousin’s experiences. `` Case Study: Consider in-market examples such as Mobiliz in Canada and Progressive in the US to survey the strategic landscape and develop targeted programs that will differentiate your UBI offering `` Learn how the current regulatory stipulations of Canada’s provinces are both enhancing and inhibiting UBI growth to accurately determine allocation of resources and attention `` Take your UBI strategy a step further with continuous product iteration and in- market testing so that insurance telematics can be fully accepted by consumers as a mainstream product Colin Wright, Principal, Corner 2 Consulting Top 3 Reasons to Attend 1. Benefit from key industry intelligence; you will gain more in 2 days than you could from weeks of market research. 2. Hand-picked experts will share vision and insight with you. Profit from this knowledge and create powerful new strategies to overcome your business challenges. 3. Claim your seat at the table with the industry elite to ensure you leave Toronto with your briefcase full of valuable contacts. Be sure you tell your industry colleagues about this event as you’ll maximise team learning by booking to attend as a team!
  7. 7. REGISTER NOW IN 3 EASY STEPS 1. Select Your Registration Package (All Prices in Canadian Dollars) I enclose a cheque/draft for: (Payable to FC Business Intelligence Ltd) Please invoice my company: Purchase Order Number: Please charge my credit card: Amex Visa Mastercard Credit card number: Expiration date: Security number: Name on card: Signature: 3. Payment Options Pass Features DIAMOND PASS GOLD PASS SILVER PASS  Access to presentation slides post-conference (please note, some slides may not be available at the request of the speaker and their company)  Online networker  Full access to conference, workshops exhibition  Networking lunch, drinks and coffee breaks  Access to post-conference audio recordings  Digital edition of Insurance Telematics Report 2014 Super Early Bird Price - expires March 7, 2014 (Prices in Canadian Dollars) $3390 $1695 $1495 Early Bird Price - expires April 4, 2014 $3490 $1795 $1595 Last Chance Price - expires May 2, 2014 $3590 $1895 $1695 Full price $3690 $1995 $1795 TERMS CONDITIONS Places are transferable without any charge. Cancellations before 4th April 2014 incur an administrativechargeof25%.Ifyoucancelyourregistrationafter4thApril2014wewillbeobligedtochargethefull fee. Please note – you must notifyTelematics Update in writing of a cancellation.The organisers reserve the right to make changes to the programme without notice. NB: FULL PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED BEFORETHE EVENT. Visit www.telematicsupdate.com/insurance-telematics-canada for more event information Designed by www.thecreativetree.co.uk FAX THIS FORM BACK TO +44 (0) 207 375 7576 MORE WAYS TO REGISTER CALL CALL (global) +44 (0) 207 375 7585 or (US) + 1800 814 3459 x 7585 FAX: +44 (0) 207 375 7576 EMAIL: insurancecanada@telematicsupdate.com ONLINE: www.telematicsupdate.com/insurance-telematics-canada Mr/Mrs/Ms/Dr: First name: Last name: Company: Position/Title: Telephone: Fax: Email: Address: Postcode: Country: 2. Enter Attendee details May 28-29, 2014, Westin Prince Hotel, Toronto, Canada INSURANCE TELEMATICS CANADA 2014 HOTEL DISCOUNTS! Telematics Update has secured a preferential hotel rate at the Westin Prince Hotel in Toronto for your stay. Full details will be sent to you upon registration. ALL PASSES INCLUDE: 20+ Focussed Industry Sessions Full Access to the Exhibition Floor Networking Coffee and Lunch Breaks Exclusive After Show Networking Party 2-Month Access to TU’s Online Networking Suite INSURANCE TELEMATICS REPORT 2014 - Discover the latest UBI trends globally for 2014 - Understand the benefits of PAYD, PHYD, MHYD, accurate pricing, claims handling, VAS - Find out what your industry really thinks about business model sustainability and consumer engagement strategies FIND OUT MORE VIA www.telematicsupdate.com PLUS DISCOUNT CODE: This is your unique discount code, use it online or via this form to get an extra $50 off SAVE $200 When you register by Friday, 4th April Unique discount code inside www.telematicsupdate.com/insurance- telematics-canada ONLINE
  8. 8. 150+ Executive Delegates 30+ Expert Speakers 20+ Hours of Supreme Networking 20+ Business-Focussed Sessions In-depth Case Studies Dynamic Panel Discussions Master Regulations and Build the Business Case to Lead the Canadian UBI Explosion Industry Reviews About Our Insurance Telematics USA Europe Conferences WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND THE SHOW: Media Partners: 150+ TOP LEVEL ATTENDEES: This event will attract the leaders and pioneers from the insurance telematics industry. If you are serious about developing your business, it is crucial that you join them! 30+ OF THE MOST INFLUENCIAL INDUSTRY SPEAKERS: We have hand-picked top executives from the insurance, regulator, TSP and arena to share their vision, insight and ideas exclusively with you. 20+ HOURS OF BUSINESS-FOCUSSED NETWORKING: During your time in Toronto you will get the opportunity to meet, network and do business with the key figures in the content and app community 20+ FOCUSSED SESSIONS: Six months of research has enabled us to develop a conference programme that is designed to give you answers to the key challenges your company faces in the the Canadian insurance telematics space NO SALES PITCHES: Insurance Telematics Canada 2014 is an independently researched forum committed to equipping you with the tools and expertise to help drive your usage based insurance forward 1 2 3 4 5 IS YOUR COMPANY READY TO MOVE FORWARD WITH UBI? Organised by: May 28-29, 2014, Westin Prince Hotel, Toronto, Canada INSURANCE TELEMATICS CANADA 2014 Canada's first and only conference dedicated to usage based insurance SAVE $200 When you register by Friday, 4th April Unique discount code inside www.telematicsupdate.com/insurance- telematics-canada Open Now to view the full conference programme, expert speaker line-up, exhibition opportunities and registration options. Visit www.telematicsupdate.com/insurance-telematics-canada for all the latest announcements “ Insurance Telematics is a great conference to attend to get the latest on what is happening in the insurance industry around telematics as well as meet your peers. ”Allstate Insurance “ I was able to take immediate action on business opportunities as a result of this event. ”Verizon “ Great delegates from all the right players in the Insurance telematics space. ”Best Buy “ I learned so much at this event. I got so much useful information and great ideas that I couldn’t wait to get back and share it with my team. ”Ameriprise Auto Home Insurance

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