As a Premier Member of the Broker Network family, Servca attended the Annual Broker Network Conference on the 18th-19th October where the Conference was held in Harrogate, Yorkshire, the founding home of The Broker Network’s origins.
The conference was said to hold spectacular networking opportunities, various exhibitions and masterclasses. There would also be many lectures ranging from political, business and motivational, to inspire fellow insurance brokers and business leaders. Over the course of two days Servca witnessed engaging and thought-provoking content focused on technology and innovation. These seminars provided challenging arguments and offered new innovative ways to tackle tomorrow’s problems within the insurance industry.
During the conference, Andy Fairchild - CEO of the Broker Network took to the stage the to present exactly why brokers are currently important and the role that they play within the UK insurance landscape, offering interesting statistics such as: “79% of commercial insurance is still written through a broker.” He focused on the Broker Network’s business, their period of decline, their growth in revenues and ending it all with inspiring words.
“Independent Broking is thriving. Our mission it is to grow, protect and support independent insurance brokers. Always was, still is, and I promise you it always will be.” – Andy Fairchild CEO of Broker Network
Key Highlights for Servca
- How and where to add value to regional brokers
- Developing a brokerage build around technology
- Membership facilities for Broker Network
As a specialist Lloyd’s Broker, we value the opportunity to meet our regional partners all under one roof to best understand how and where we can add value as a Premier Network member for Medical Indemnity and Healthcare risks. They offer fantastic resources, invaluable insights and share the various learning experiences of many individuals. It is through these networking conventions that we are able to gain knowledge that will further our niche specialities and allow us to develop competitive insurance products. While the Broker Network conference was classy and highly professional, it was also a refreshing and educational led convention in the picturesque town of Harrogate.