Highly Anticipated InsurTech North Conference Rescheduled to Run Online April 22-23, 2021

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Highly Anticipated InsurTech North Conference Rescheduled to Run Online April 22-23, 2021  Toronto, Ontario (November 10, 2020) MSA Research is pleased to advise that InsurTech North has been rescheduled to run online on April 22-23, 2021.  The 2021 virtual event is a revitalization of the 2020 in-person event delayed due to the COVID-19 emergency.  Given the prolonged duration of the pandemic, ITN’s advisory committee felt that it was very important for the InsurTech ecosystem to convene virtually.   InsurTech North is a forum for digital leaders, … Continued

InsurTech North Announces Wolf Pack Competitors

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: InsurTech North Announces Wolf Pack Competitors Toronto, Ontario (February 24, 2020) MSA Research is excited to announce the competitors for the 2020 Wolf Pack Startup Pitch Competition.  The Wolf Pack competition will take place at the InsurTech North Conference being held April 6-7 at the Beanfield Centre in Toronto on the Exhibition … Continued

InsurTech North Announces Full Agenda

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Highly Anticipated InsurTech North Announces Full Agenda Toronto, Ontario (February 11, 2020) – MSA Research is excited to announce that the full agenda for InsurTech North 2020 is finalized. Now in its third year, InsurTech North 2020 takes place April 6-7 at the Beanfield Centre in Toronto. InsurTech North is a forum … Continued

Highly Anticipated InsurTech North Conference Opens Registration

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Highly Anticipated InsurTech North Conference Opens Registration Toronto, Ontario (November 5, 2019) – MSA Research Inc. is excited to announce that online registration is now open for its annual InsurTech North conference. Now in its third year, InsurTech North 2020 takes place April 6-7 at the Beanfield Centre in Toronto. InsurTech North … Continued

Breaking technological and cultural logjams

by Bethan Moorcraft of Insurance Business Canada, June 5th, 2019 Innovation is now a top business priority for insurance firms across Canada. Companies are looking for a leg up in the digital era and they’re finding answers in the up and coming insurtech ecosystem. Insurtech investment in Canada has gone beyond the hype stage towards … Continued

How can incumbent insurers build successful partnerships with insurtechs?

by Bethan Moorcraft of Insurance Business Canada, May 29, 2019 When it comes to innovation, incumbent insurers have three main options: build, buy or partner. In general, only the largest firms with the deepest pockets opt to build technology solutions in-house. It’s a risky strategy because the technology will not have been tried and tested … Continued

You don’t always have to be first in innovation

by Daniel Malik of Canadian Underwriter, May 29, 2019 If you ain’t first, you’re last. That’s the mantra Ricky Bobby lives by in the movie Talladega Nights as a race car driver. But when it comes to innovation, if you ain’t first, you’re probably better off. It can be beneficial to sit back, have someone else be … Continued

Canada Inspires Optimism for Insurance Innovation

by Paul Carroll of Insurance Thought Leadership, May 29, 2019 The insurance industry is often depicted as resistant to innovation, skeptical of the cost, and unsure of the benefits from embracing innovation and new technologies. So, it was gratifying to hear from a number of insurance leaders who are optimistic about insurtechs and innovation, confident … Continued

Balancing Insurance Innovation and Regulation

by Adam Malik of Canadian Underwriter, May 24, 2019 Consumers are experiencing innovation when it comes to buying cars, clothes, music and more. So when it comes to insurance, they’re expecting the same types of experiences. But they’re not entirely getting it. Ontario consumers can buy car insurance online. They can renew it, too. It’s … Continued

Insurance and Innovation Share Common Goal

by Bethan Moorcraft of Insurance Business Canada, May 27, 2019 The insurtech tide is rising. Innovation has reached such heights in Canada that incumbent or legacy insurers can no longer swim against the tide and survive. Now, the onus lies with insurance companies in Canada to surf the insurtech riptide and build partnerships and alliances … Continued

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