Speedeon Data To Present At PIMA Annual Meeting

Posted by Mary Mohr on Jan 28, 2016 2:43:00 PM

(Los Cabos, Mexico, January 28, 2016) Speedeon Data, a leading direct marketing and data solutions agency, will be presenting at the Professional Insurance Marketing Association’s (PIMA) 2016 Annual Meeting, being held January 28th to 31st at the Hilton Los Cabos Resort in Los Cabos, Mexico. Gerard Daher, Speedeon Data President and CEO will discuss the “The Impact of Changing Demographics and Emerging Digital Technologies on Today’s Data Driven Marketer”.

The presentation will be part of an ongoing Ignite Presentation series hosted by PIMA that features a rapid fire presentation format in which speakers discuss a given topic using twenty Power Point slides within five minutes. This year’s presentation topics are intended to compliment and elaborate on PIMA’s Affinity 2020 Report, which examines impact demographic changes, new technologies and increasing regulations are having on today’s insurance marketers.

“It is great to be at another outstanding PIMA event,” remarks Gerard Daher, “the Affinity 2020 Report, the cutting-edge agenda, and the superb line-up of speakers prove that when it comes to insurance marketing, PIMA continues to provide visionary leadership for the industry”. “Changing demographic, technology and regulatory trends are having a dramatic impact on insurance marketers,” remarks Marc Jerauld, Speedeon Data’s Chief Revenue Officer, also in attendance, “The need to drive insight and engagement using data driven marketing solutions is greater than ever.”

About the Professional Insurance Marketing Association:

The Professional Insurance Marketing Association was founded in 1975, and remains the leading national membership association of Agents, Brokers, Third-Party Administrators, Insurance Underwriting Companies and Business Partners involved in the direct marketing of insurance products through Sponsored Programs. Its members serve Associations, Employers, Trusts, Financial Institutions and other affinity groups.