NAIIA National Conference – 2024

May 7
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May 10
San Antonio, TX

Event Description

The 87th Annual NAIIA National Conference, titled “Better Together,” is scheduled for May 7th to 10th, 2024, at The Hyatt Regency in San Antonio, Texas. This event is geared towards professionals in the insurance industry, particularly those involved in claims management and insurance company representation.

The conference includes a mix of networking events, educational sessions, and meetings, starting with a golf event and followed by an opening reception, educational sessions led by industry experts, and a series of council and committee meetings.

Key highlights include an opening session by body language expert Jan Hargrave, discussions by the National Advisory Council, and various sessions focused on industry-relevant topics. The event also features a theme night with Jim Collins, a successful songwriter, emphasizing networking and entertainment alongside professional development.

The conference aims to provide insights into the insurance claims market, offer professional development opportunities through educational sessions, and foster networking among attendees. It is suitable for insurance professionals seeking to enhance their industry knowledge, connect with peers and industry leaders, and engage in discussions on current trends and challenges in the insurance market.

Additionally, the conference supports the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), highlighting a commitment to social responsibility by addressing Type 1 diabetes, with a matching donation initiative led by the Immediate Past President Peter Schifrin.

Event Type

Networking

Training

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Event Details

Location

San Antonio, TX
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Hyatt Regency San Antonio

Dates

May 7
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May 10

Organizer

National Association of Independent Insurance Adjusters

Registration Fee

$
875
Non-Member - $975
See Brochure for additional pricing information

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Author: Ethan Peyton