Guy Fraker has 30 years within the insurance industry and been on the leading edge of building innovation systems for the past 10 years spanning primary carriers, reinsurers and related sectors.
He leads ITL’s Innovator’s Studio, serving insurance companies, regulators and reinsurance firms, by helping them leverage consistent innovation for long-term leadership, growth and stability. Likewise, he coaches entrepreneurs leveraging Innovators Edge to launch new ventures.
Fraker has been featured in the New York Times, NBC, Silicon Valley blogs, Thinking Highways magazine, Forbes and a documentary,“Life on Wheels.” He has also appeared on Bloomberg Finance and National Underwriter webinars, provided keynotes in the U.S., Canada, India and Korea and guest lectured at graduate schools around the world. He has been engaged by U.S. and foreign governments, Fortune 100 firms and international trade associations, as well as startup entrepreneurs, venture capital firms and game-changing institutions such as the X-Prize Foundation.
He is the author of “Cre8tfutures: The Best Futures Are Those We Create Together.”
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