Let the show begin

A preview for InsureTech Connect.


With the insurtech world descending on Las Vegas next week for the InsureTech Connect event, we will, of course, have a big presence there, and we hope to see you. It's possible to do a lot via email, phone, Skype, etc. these days, but nothing beats face-to-face.

Look for us by the entrance, near the registration desk, where we'll be doing video interviews with luminaries. Our Paul Winston is about nine feet tall, so he's easy to spot. 

You can also find us at the Culture of Innovation panel on Oct. 4, moderated by Chief Innovation Officer Guy Fraker, and coordinating insurtech meetings with insurance regulators as part of the pre-conference agenda on Oct. 2.

We'll be available to do demos of our Innovator's Edge platform, which tracks more than 72,000 insurtechs and other companies that might be of interest for the insurance innovation ecosystem (pioneeers in AI, blockchain, medtech, etc.) and provides tools that can match insurance providers quickly and easily with the most appropriate innovators. Either look for us at our video site or email Chief Technology Officer Joe Estes at joe@insurancethoughtleadership.com to arrange a tour of Innovator's Edge during the conference.  

Next week, we'll send you a guide to insurtechs to check out, based on the Six Innovators to Watch notes we've been generating monthly. If you want to get a head start, the full notes are here: AugustJulyJuneMayApril and March

In the meantime, please check out these six articles from the past week and visit our website to explore the more than 3,100 articles from our more than 950 industry-luminary authors. As always, please pass this along to any colleagues who might benefit from it. 


Paul Carroll,

Paul Carroll

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Paul Carroll

Paul Carroll is the editor-in-chief of Insurance Thought Leadership.

He is also co-author of A Brief History of a Perfect Future: Inventing the Future We Can Proudly Leave Our Kids by 2050 and Billion Dollar Lessons: What You Can Learn From the Most Inexcusable Business Failures of the Last 25 Years and the author of a best-seller on IBM, published in 1993.

Carroll spent 17 years at the Wall Street Journal as an editor and reporter; he was nominated twice for the Pulitzer Prize. He later was a finalist for a National Magazine Award.


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