Member
27 September 2016 - 28 September 2016
Workshop
Johannesburg, South Africa
Language: English
Topics: Communication and Marketing

 

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Workshop September 28, 8-6pm
At the Country Club (Auckland Park), in Johannesburg, South Africa

This workshop brought together insurance professionals from across Africa to inspire new approaches, share experiences and fill knowledge gaps on optimising distribution for insurance products targeting low-income customers.

Speakers (presentations in pdf available below):

John Turnbull, TBFS (pdf)
Leila Moonda, SAIA (pdf)
Ernie van der Vyver, Clyde & Co
(pdf)
Lucas Greyling, DotXML (pdf)

David de Coning, Crossgate (pdf)
Anne Kamau & Barbara Chabbaga, AB Consultants 
(Anne pdf) (Barbara pdf)
Chris Chakaipa,
Two Mountains (pdf)
Sibusiso Ntonga / Mzwandile Mtshali,
Hollard 

Read the news item, here.

Download the press release, here.

This event has now closed.
 

What’s in it for you?

Microinsurance can be profitable and sustainable, whilst providing clients with valuable protection against risk. However, the sector is still facing several challenges and there is a need for insurance professionals to learn from experiences of others whilst maintaining their competitive edge. This event is intended to facilitate a learning and networking experience that will provide you with new insights and business knowledge in the area of distribution and build new industry relationships to help you boost your business.

Field trip (1-5pm) and reception (5-6:30pm), September 27
In addition to the one-day workshop, a half-day field trip was organised around the event to enable participants to visit a low-income insurance branch. There was the opportunity to speak directly with insurance agents to gain a more in-depth understanding of how distribution works in practice. The field trip closed with an informal reception at the Country Club to allow for a relaxed debrief and networking event.

Costs

  • 98 EUR (1,500 ZAR)
  • Network members received a 30% discount and pay 68 EUR (1,050 ZAR)
  • Field trip and reception were included in the fee 

 

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For those also interested in the topic of financial education the workshop is conveniently held back to back with a Seminar on financial education organised by the A2ii/IAIS on September 29 and 30, 2016. To find out more about this Seminar, click here.