Leading line-up unveiled for Home and Property Conference
18th October 2022Tweet
A leading line-up of speakers and panellists has been confirmed for the Home and Property Conference, which takes place at the CBS Arena, Coventry, on 10 November.
Headline sponsored by WeatherNet along with Gold Sponsors Catalyst, Davies Group, Perfect Group, Rainbow International and Rhodar Homeworks and Silver Sponsors A3 Accommodation Connect, A3 Relocations Solutions, Gateley Vinden, LexisNexis, Polygon, QuestGates and SD Sealants, the event will examine the role data can play in effective claims management.
Featuring a series of panel debates and interactive sessions, the day will consider the type of data available and how best it can be leveraged to improve the customer journey and support businesses on the path to environmental sustainability.
Further, the Home and Property Conference will also examine how data can be shared throughout the supply chain to create effective partnerships and added value.
The latest line-up of experts to be sharing their insights and expertise on the day will be:
- Jennifer Greene, Ageas
- Will Sherwin, Direct Line Group
- Tim Goodman, ICAB
- Nicola Sutton, QuestGates
- Lucy Thomas, RSK Group
- Laura Horrocks, Sedgwick
- Jeff Manricks, Shift Technology
- Rachel Cheyne, WeatherNet
They will join previously announced contributors Byron McGill, Change, Innovation and Technology Lead, Aviva; Ian Marsh, Head of Property Claims, Saga; Will Quibell, Head of Supply Chain & Loss Adjusting Services, Admiral; Wayne Calderbank, Director of Data and Insight, WeatherNet; Paul Sowden, Strategic Account Manager, ICEYE; Kelly Green, Head of Business Development, Rainbow International; Matt Scott, Co-Founder, Insurance DataLab; and Russell Fordham, Managing Director, LSS.
Alan Soutar, Chairman, ILC Home and Property, said, “At ILC our ethos is to create a community for sharing and open discussion to elevate standards and services within the claims sector. Both the quality and quantity of data now available is integral to effective claims management, and our interactive panels sessions will help us explore the best ways to leverage it to reduce carbon impact, improve risk management, claims tracking, claims measuring, cost control and customer service.”
ILC’s Home and Property division is backed by Corporate Partners: Carpenters Group, Claims Consortium Group, CoreLogic, ICAB, Innovation Group, and Sedgwick.
All Corporate Partners and sponsors will be central to the core exhibition which will feature a further 20 businesses who are supporting the event’s key themes of sustainability and data within the claims journey.Tweet