With so many events to choose from, why come to ours?
We follow 4 Golden Rules that we feel ensure value for both our delegates and sponsors.
Only director level delegates: no junior managers can attend as delegates to ensure delegates discuss and benchmark with their peers, and that sponsors are meeting the people making strategic decisions on behalf of their organisations. Suppliers of services cannot attend as delegates*.
No supplier presentations**: Our sponsors chair and facilitate sessions, we do not invite them to give presentations.
Interaction is key: our event formats allow ample time for discussion, reflection and benchmarking.
No press, no transcripts: The Chatham House Rule applies: speakers will ‘water down’ their presentations if they know there are press in the audience – that’s why we are independent from any publication, have no press in the audience and take no transcripts.
*This is to ensure our delegates meet their peers at the events, and our sponsors meet their prospects and not their competitors. For similar reasons we carefully manage the ratio of practitioner speakers and delegates to sponsor representatives. The exception to this rule is London Market Claims, where the whole value chain is invited, including risk managers.
"The TIN events bring together people with common aims within the industry and provide a great platform for debate and learning. There are some very smart people in the room and getting access to them and getting their insight is wonderful."
Lance Grant, ACE European Group
"A group of experts set on driving real innovation and change in a traditional industry; TINtech was brimming with originality and good ideas. I’ve come away set on driving real innovation and change!”
Alexandra Gedge, Willis Towers Watson
“Another successful conference. The best bit for me is always the chance I get to spend time with some of my peers from the market…to discuss common issues and get to the heart of them. “
Jonathan CLARK, - Global Head of Business Solutions Claims, SCOR Global P&C