Insurance coverage for virtual events - Webinar (EST)

Webinar

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Date and Time: May 11, 2021 1 pm - 2 pm EDT

In the event planning business, the benefits of event insurance are clear and understood. But what about risks associated with virtual events, such as virtual AGMs, conferences or social events?

In this special presentation, you’ll learn about how existing coverages could respond to losses associated with virtual events, as well as special coverages available.

Led by Andrew Spencer, this session will cover:

- Available policies for virtual and hybrid events, including:
                - Event cancellation insurance
                - Professional liability for event management companies
                - Privacy Breach Insurance
- What can and cannot be insured
- Risk management tips beyond insurance

Perfect for: Brokers, underwriters, claims professionals, and anyone interested in the evolving world of virtual events.

Speakers:
Andrew Spencer, RIBO, BA(Hon)
Account Executive
PROLINK

CE Credit: 1 hour (pending)

PLEASE NOTE:
- Prices below are for Members. Fees noted below do not include hst.
- Non-members and renewing members the Membership fee will be added to your cart.
- Sorry, no refunds. Credit notes issued only with 48 hour written notice
- In accordance with Provincial regulator's guidelines, in order to be eligible for CE hours, you must be logged in with for the entire duration of the session. Partial hours cannot be issued.
- FOR GROUP RATES OF 3 OR MORE, or If you need assistance with registration, email gtaevents@insuranceinstitute.ca .

LINK TO WEBINAR
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