Los Angeles, CA, December 24, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- The Mini Medical Plan and Limited Medical Plan Sales & Marketing Conference will take place in Los Angeles California on October 25th and 26th 2009. The conference will have a special focus on networking, and will help attendees coordinate networking meetings to develop new business relationships.
The organizers of this conference have been involved in the US insurance industry since the beginning of the mini-medical plan and limited medical plan industry started. They have been featured or mentioned in over 75 newspapers and magazines, including Time Magazine, USA Today, Newsweek and more. At the insurance conference that was organized last year in 2008, the organizers had over 850 attendees, hundreds of US insurance companies and health insurance agents and large employers like Black & Decker, Procter & Gamble and more. The event also had over 3,000 pre-scheduled one-on-one networking meetings to maximize everyone's time and business opportunities.
The Mini Medical Plan and Limited Medical Plan Sales & Marketing Conference would like to announce the following speakers that have been added to the agenda:
Charles R. Linn, is President of eDocAmerica and MD Online, Jerry D. Turney, who works with USNow, Robert Frary, Vice President of Symetra, Ron Agypt, Vice President of BrokerSales at Aflac, Ross Pendergraft President-Elect Los Angeles Association of Health Underwriters, and Tony Dale.
Mini Medical and Limited Medical Plans are a multi billion dollar industry and one of the fastest growing segments of the health insurance industry in America. Mini Medical Plans and Limited Medical Plans have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, the NY Times and thousands of other publications across the country. Yet, as fast as this industry has grown, and continues to grow, there has never been a dedicated conference for mini-medical plans and limited medical plans. Employers, health insurance agents and consultants are currently in the dark when it comes to learning about mini-medical plans and limited medical plans, or choosing the best insurance carriers to work with.
In today’s marketplace insurance agents and employers don’t know where to turn or look for quality mini medical and limited medical insurance carriers, and to find out which has the best plan design, what the commission levels are and who has the best customer and administrative services.