For better or worse—the future will largely be determined by the insurance industry’s ability to understand—and thus underwrite—the future of various technologies.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) February 16, 2016
According to global futurist Jack Uldrich, "For better or worse—the future will largely be determined by the insurance industry’s ability to understand—and thus underwrite—the future of various technologies."
"Moreover," says Uldrich, "the insurance industry will play a huge role in determining the future of the Internet of Things."
Uldrich, who spends his time divided between researching technological trends, speaking globally, and writing, will deliver a keynote on the future of the industry to a leading international insurance company on Feb. 23, in Beaver Creek, CO.
From asking thought provoking queries like, "Will Google Insure the Future?" to discussing insurance policies for drones, to tracking bogus workouts via Fitbit, Uldrich has come to realize that the future of insurance and the Internet of Things are indeed integrally related.
Uldrich keeps his eyes and ears open to all of the latest information regarding the insurance industry, as well as tracking the latest trends in agriculture, energy, pharmaceuticals, transportation, healthcare, manufacturing and real estate.
He has delivered keynotes for the 2015 Professional Insurance Marketing Association (PIMA) Conference, the 100th anniversary celebration for Captive Life Insurance (CICA), Fireman's Fund Insurance, CAS (Actuarial Society), and Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter Society (CPCU), among others.
This month, Uldrich has delivered keynotes and workshops in Memphis, Minneapolis, Phoenix, Boston and New Orleans, and he will round out his speaking engagements when he joins Peyton Manning in addressing the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) in Las Vegas on Feb. 29th.
Parties interested in learning more about Jack Uldrich, his books, his daily blog, speaking availability or interviews, are encouraged to visit his website.