Join the Re/Imagine team, Barney’s faculty, graduate students, and leading thinkers in the sector to explore how technology, science, and entrepreneurship will shape risk management in the future.
In the fourth episode in the Risk & Innovation Series, we conceptualize the insurance industry in the year 2030. How seamless will the consumer purchasing process be? Are there such things as non-embedded insurances? How will regulators govern a future that does not yet exist? Will the industry apply an even weight to technological advances as it does to human capital? We explore these and many more!
Engage with us as we talk trends and theories: John Thomson, Assistant Dean, Barney School of Business, Girik Nagpal, Graduate Student, University of Hartford, Joseph McDonald, South Carolina Department of Insurance, and Nassau Re/Imagine.
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Learn more about the South Carolina Department of Insurance: https://www.doi.sc.gov
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In the comments below, tell us what you think the industry will look like in 2030!
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