Items filtered by date: November 2009

January 8, 2018 - QBE North America has named Daniel Franzetti as chief operating officer.

January 8, 2018 - Appalachian Underwriters, Inc., an insurance wholesale outlet, has developed a monoline sewer back-up and sump pump overflow product, exclusive to appointed agents.

YORK, Pa. – Jan. 5, 2018 – Glatfelter Insurance Group (GIG) is proud to announce that 14 associates recently earned new insurance-related designations. With a corporate culture dedicated to continuing education and professional development opportunities, GIG encourages associates to pursue designations of their choosing each year.

Charleston, SC – January 4, 2018 Johnson & Johnson Insurance is excited to announce they will provide a flood program on Appulate.

TMPAA sponsorship and promotional opportunities will identify yourself as a leader in the program arena. We can tailor your sponsorship to match any budget and marketing strategy with our onsite, online, and print options. Certain sponsorships include recognition in print and on the TMPAA website, extending your investment both before the meeting and long afterwards. Act quickly as the sponsorships are exclusive and sell out quickly. You can customize your own opportunity and tell us how we can make your sponsorship experience with the TMPAA a success.

  • Create, develop, and enhance credibility – Sponsorship builds trust and establishes rapport with your partners and prospective partners. Sponsorship allows you to differentiate your business with a captive audience.
  • Highly targeted marketing investment – Attendees at the TMPAA Mid-Year Meeting all have one thing in common, they are all dedicated to program business.
  • Leveraged lead generation – Leverage your enhanced positioning at TMPAA events with current partners and earn recommendations and introductions to their connections as well.
  • Extended exposure – Promotion before, during and after the event to the largest database of program business professionals in the insurance industry
  • Brand awareness – Logo placement increases brand awareness. Being recognized as a Mid-Year Meeting sponsor communicates value and support among all TMPAA members and meeting attendees.


GOLD - Sponsorship selections totaling $10,000+

Gold Sponsorship includes: TMPAA Website home page Key Sponsor List; Main meeting page Key Sponsor list with website link; Company Logo and website link on Meeting Sponsor page; Meeting e-ads with website link; TMPAA Newsletter Key Sponsor list with website link; Attendees list emails Key Sponsor list; Company logo in two “Thank You” ads (Program Book and Rough Notes Magazine); Feature in General Session slide shows (2) and signage in conference area at meeting; Mobile meeting app sponsor feature company logo and website link.

Metrics for Gold Sponsors

Assumptions: For the past two years, TMPAA has averaged 775 registered attendees per national meeting. Both meetings are 6-month evolutions providing visibility 4 months prior and 2 months after for Gold sponsors. Annual TMPAA website traffic exceeds 50,000 visits. Based on average monthly visits, each national meeting is supported by 50% of annual site traffic.

Garner OVER 140,000 IMPRESSIONS for your organization!

SILVER - Sponsorship selections totaling $5,000-$9,999

Silver Sponsorship includes: Company website link on Meeting Sponsor page; Company name in two “Thank You” ads (Program Book and Rough Notes Magazine); Feature in General Session slide shows (2) and signage in conference area at meeting; Mobile meeting app sponsor feature company website link.


BRONZE - Sponsorship selections totaling $2,500-$4,999

Bronze sponsorship includes: Company name on Meeting Sponsor Page; Company name in two “Thank You” ads (Program Book and Rough Notes Magazine); Feature in General Session slide shows (2) and signage in conference area at meeting; Mobile meeting app sponsor feature listing.

 

LIST OF SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

The total dollar amount of the specific item(s) that you choose to sponsor designates the “level” of sponsorship.


Meeting Publication Advertising

The program book and attendee list is combined into ONE PUBLICATION distributed to all attendees. Following the meeting, the book will be posted on the TMPAA website (minus attendee contacts).


Outside back cover 4 Color Ad ............... $7,000

Inside back cover 4 Color Ad ................. $5,000

Inside front cover 4 Color Ad ................. $5,000

Full page 4 Color Ad - interior ................ $2,000

Interior "Program Book Sponsors" Page Logo ..... $950

Specialty

Electronic Marketing Sponsor–Company name included in all electronic marketing (automatic Gold sponsorship) ..... $9,000

Branded Electronic Attendee List—minimum of 5 distributions ........................................................................... $5,000

Networking Lounge—Full Meeting .................................................................................................................. $5,000

Trade Show Sponsor–branding on event-related signage, inclusion on the agenda and in program book ................. $3,000

Mobile Meeting App ..................................................................................................................................... $6,500

A/V Logo Sponsor–Company logo displayed on General Session slides Tues. & Wed ............................................. $4,500

Program Power Station ................................................................................................................................ $5,000

Professional Headshot Sponsor ..................................................................................................................... $3,000

White Paper–Placed on TMPAA website and in meeting mobile app for attendees ................................................. $250

Wi-Fi Sponsor ............................................................................................................................................. $3,000

TMPAA Charities "Packages from Home" (multiple sponsors).............................................................................. $500

 

Hotel Room & Meeting Binder

Meeting Portfolio Sponsor (limited to 4 logos) ............................................................................ $5,000

Meeting Pen Sponsor (logo on metal pens) ................................................................................ $5,000

Hotel Room Door Hangers–Monday ........................................................................................... $5,000

Hotel Room Door Hangers–Tuesday .......................................................................................... $5,000

In Room Delivery–Inclusion of promo item/pamphlet in a bag delivered to attendees in hotel ........... $1,500
(min. 3 sponsors)

Business Meetings & Workshops

All sponsored meetings and workshops include branding on event-related signage, mention in Program Book and online agenda.


Workshop–Monday (if available) ...................................................... $3,000

Carrier Networking Lounge–Tuesday ................................................ $3,000

Workshop–Tuesday (if available) ..................................................... $3,000

Industry Speaker–Wednesday ......................................................... $5,000

Workshops–Wednesday (if available) ................................................ $3,000

Networking Events

All sponsored networking events include branding on event-related signage, mention in Program Book and online agenda.


Continental Breakfast—Monday ................................................ $3,000

Networking Lunch—Monday ..................................................... $3,000

Afternoon Break Station—Monday ............................................ $2,500

Evening Welcome Reception—Monday ...................................... $12,000

Networking Breakfast—Tuesday ............................................... $3,000

Morning Break Station—Tuesday .............................................. $2,500

Networking Lunch—Tuesday .................................................... $3,000

Afternoon Break Station —Tuesday ........................................... $2,500

Evening Networking Reception—Tuesday ................................... $12,000

Networking Breakfast—Wednesday ........................................... $3,000

AM Coffee Break ..................................................................... $2,500

Networking Lunch—Wednesday ................................................ $3,000


Additional sponsorship opportunities may become available prior to the meeting. Please call (302) 268-1010 to discuss. Thank you.

Vince Tizzio is president and chief executive officer of Navigators Management Company, the U.S. underwriting operation of Navigators, a specialty insurance holding company with operations in the United States, the United Kingdom, Continental Europe and Asia. Mr. Tizzio brings more than 30 years of property and casualty insurance experience to Navigators. Since joining Navigators in 2012, he has enhanced the profitability of the company’s U.S. business and has led its growth—launching new products, leveraging technology to deliver more value and support to brokers and policyholders, and broadening Navigators’ local presence in major cities across the United States.

Mr. Tizzio joined Navigators from Zurich, where he was executive vice president of Zurich North America, leading the company’s commercial markets business, a $3 billion portfolio with more than 1,100 market-facing underwriting, claims and operations professionals throughout the U.S. and Canada. In this role, he was responsible for creating a business unit to grow the services delivered to small- and medium-sized businesses, launched Select Brokers®, the organization's first program providing enhanced resources and solutions to the company’s most valued brokers, and further developed the company’s industry vertical expertise and services. Zurich North America produced double-digit growth and significant profitability gains each year under his leadership.

Mr. Tizzio also was with American International Group (AIG) for 16 years, during which time he held a number of underwriting and management positions. During his tenure at AIG, he led the creation of two subsidiaries, developing capabilities in mergers and acquisitions insurance and small commercial insurance products and offerings that were industry-leading and pioneering for AIG at the time.

Mr. Tizzio received a B.A degree in finance and sociology from Adelphi University. Mr. Tizzio serves on the board of governors for Maguire Academy of Risk Management at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia. He also serves as a board member of the Visiting Nurse Association, a provider of home-based medical and hospice care and is a longstanding board member of the Freedom House, an organization committed to helping people with addiction. Mr. Tizzio is the founder of Feed Belly Farm, an organization that helps provide food to people in need.

Financial journalist and New York Times best-selling author Michael Lewis has published sixteen books on subjects ranging from politics to Wall Street. In December 2016, Lewis released The Undoing Project: A Friendship that Changed Our Minds. In keeping with his unparalleled ability to tell stories about "quirky individuals who zig when everyone else zags" (as The New York Times puts it), the new book dives deep into the world of Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, who founded the field of behavioral economics with their revolutionary theories on decision making and human errors in judgment. His previous book, the NYT #1 best-seller Flash Boys, has took the financial market and business world by storm upon its release in March 2014. The story reveals how the legal—but highly questionable—practice of high-frequency trading (HFT) has allowed certain Wall Street players to work the stock market to their advantage, and has been called one of the most provocative books to hit shelves since Lewis’ The Big Short. In The Blind Side, published in 2006, Lewis tells the story of NFL Offensive Tackle Michael Oher, and how his life is transformed from being a teen living on the streets of Memphis after he is adopted by white Evangelical Christians. Before that, Lewis wrote Moneyball, a book ostensibly about baseball but also about the way markets value people. Both of his books about sports became Oscar nominated films.

Two of his most popular releases, The Big Short and Boomerang, are narratives set in the global financial crisis. His other works include The New New Thing, about Silicon Valley during the Internet boom; Coach, about the transformative powers of his own high school baseball coach; Losers, about the 1996 Presidential campaign; and Liar’s Poker, a Wall Street story based in part on his own experience working as a bond salesman for Salomon Brothers.


Mr. Lewis is a columnist for Bloomberg News and a contributing writer to Vanity Fair. His articles have also appeared in The New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker, Gourmet, Slate, Sports Illustrated, Foreign Affairs, and Poetry Magazine. He has served as editor and columnist for the British weekly The Spectator and as Senior Editor and campaign correspondent for The New Republic. He has filmed and narrated short pieces for ABC-TV’s Nightline; created and presented a four-part documentary on the social consequences of the internet for the BBC; and recorded stories for the American public radio show, This American Life.

Mr. Lewis grew up in New Orleans and remains deeply interested and involved in the city. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Art History from Princeton and a Master’s degree in Economics from the London School of Economics. He lives in Berkeley, California with his wife, Tabitha Soren, and their three children: Quinn, Dixie, and Walker. In 2009, he published Home Game: An Accidental Guide to Fatherhood, about his attempts to raise them.



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January 3, 2018 - Specialty insurance product distributor AmWINS Group has made a fast start to the New Year by announcing a major swoop.

January 3, 2018 - Pioneer Underwriters has appointed Zach McAbee as ocean marine head as part of the launch of its new US division.

December 29, 2017 - Chicago, Ill.-based Old Republic International Corp. has named Jeffrey Lange senior vice president in underwriting and distribution of the Old Republic General Insurance Group Inc.

Program business professionals are converging in Baltimore, May 7-9. Position yourself to grow and improve your business by attending the 2018 Mid-Year Meeting, providing access to 60+ program carriers, elite service providers, the London Markets, reinsurance support, program development and distribution resources and a myriad of networking opportunities.


GOLD SPONSORS

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SILVER SPONSORS

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BRONZE SPONSORS

 

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