18-19 June, 2019


From Concept to Practicality

How to Unlock 20-50% in Back-Office Efficiencies &
Enable New Business Models

As the first dedicated event focused on the practical application of blockchain for the insurance sector, this independent platform will dive into the detail and help you determine your strategic approach and principles for effective collaboration to advance use case development.

There is no doubt that the pace is picking up across the sector with increasingly regular announcements of new partnerships, successes of new use cases and the investment in blockchain technology. The race is on to reap the benefit of significant efficiency savings and be the first to achieve a blockchain use case of scale. Blockchain is no longer just hype, it is reality. Don’t get left behind in the competition to unlock the true value of this highly disruptive technology.

This event has been designed to move beyond the hype and to focus on how blockchain can be utilised as a strategic lever to help propel the insurance industry into a digital future. Benefit from the shared wisdom of early adopters, blockchain experts and insurtech thought-leaders in approaching blockchain development.

As a senior leader responsible for determining strategy, streamlining operations, delivering efficiency and/or developing new revenue streams, attend this event to advance your adoption plan and keep apace with change. 

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"The first blockchain for insurance summit was as complete in insurance industry representation as it was in drawing in the most serious blockchain and digital transformation leaders in the field. If there is one event to attend to get past the technology hype and to the real world applications of blockchain in insurance, this is it." - Dante Disparte, CEO & Founder, Risk Cooperative

"Blockchain for Insurance: Real-World Application was a great opportunity to catch up and discuss our latest advances in an area that is highly specialized and moving forward very quickly." - Magda Ramada, Director Senior Economist, Willis Towers Watson