Last week, the CJAM events team worked with the Organisation Development Network Europe (ODNE) to manage and run an action-packed, much anticipated three-day virtual conference
The British Insurance Law Association (BILA) continue to develop their online events offering, with a diverse and attractive programme attracting delegates from across the globe.
The first is an event on 30th June with the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (part of Queen Mary University of London) entitled Keeping it Legal: Future Challenges in Insurance and the Role of Law and Regulation.
The co-hosted half day conference will consider the role that law and regulation can and should play in shaping the future of insurance.
Leading individuals from the insurance market, law and regulation will, during three panel sessions, explore the future challenges facing insurance, the importance of innovation and technology and the role of law and regulation.
Sandra Foster, CJAM Association Account Manager, has been working with the client to manage bookings, promotion, delegate registration details, sponsorship and logistics, with the support of the team.
Then on July 6, BILA will supporting a ‘woman only’ virtual event hosted by Glasgow University entitled ‘Dissent in insurance Law’ addressing discrimination, cyber risk, climate change and a wealth of other topics at the heart of the industry.
Again, integral to the success of the event, Sandra Foster and her colleagues continue to work to develop relationships, manage delegates and promote this growing calendar online events.
BILA’s overseas membership is growing as a result of their virtual lectures, with the CJAM team providing strategic and administrative support in converting delegates into members, communicating across the world with prospects about their membership options.