WIND 2021 Call for Presentations
Deadline May 31st
Share Your Ideas, Knowledge, and Expertise
with the Property Insurance Claims Industry
The Windstorm Insurance Network invites you to submit a speaker presentation panel proposal for the 22nd Annual Windstorm Insurance Conference, scheduled for January 31 - February 4, 2021, at the Renaissance Orlando SeaWorld.
Over 1,350 property insurance claims professionals attended our 2020 conference to take part in three days of networking, collaborating, professional development, and an array of continuing education offerings.
Our goal is to make an impact with innovative topics and interactive presentations for our diverse audience of property insurance claims professionals.
WIND 2021 TOPICS
WE ARE LOOKING FOR SUBMISSIONS ON THE FOLLOWING TOPICS FOR THE WIND 2021 CONFERENCE, PROPOSED TRACKS, FOR BOTH BASIC AND ADVANCED LEVELS
Damage assessment, causation, building code, engineering, and construction principals
Policy issues and claims handling
Case Law and legal issues
New trends, virtual adjusting, technologies, and any other topics of interest in the insurance industry
Besides the above topics, certifications for both Umpire and Appraisers will be offered as well as software classes and the NFIP program.
All submissions are reviewed based on applicability, originality, conference needs, and speaker qualifications. The inclusion of an insurance company representative is highly recommended as WIND is always looking to maintain strong company participation. Notifications to selected presenters will begin in Summer 2020.
To be considered, please submit by May 31, 2020.
All speakers with a proposed topic must apply with a formal submission through our
WIND 2021 speaker electronic form OR complete the pdf form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Your completed presentation is not required for formal submission, but it is recommended that you have a topic, description of presentation, and proposed panelist to complete your submission.
The Conference Program Committee reserves the right to request each panel support virtual content