1st Voluntary Benefits Conference Announced Aimed at Employers and Consulting Firms, October 26-28th, 2009 in Los Angeles with Up to 400 High Level Executive Attendees

Los Angeles, CA, June 24, 2009 --(PR.com)-- The 1st voluntary benefits conference dedicated to voluntary benefits and limited medical plans will bring together up to 400 of the key leaders and over 50 expert speakers in the industry for 2 days of advanced education and the ultimate networking event.

The voluntary benefits conference will be the first of it’s kind where employers, insurance agents, General Agents, insurance carriers and industry suppliers will be able to meet, network and discuss case opportunities and request proposals. Attendees will be able to pre-schedule private one-on-one networking meetings. The limited medical and voluntary benefits conference will focus on bringing in some of the largest employers who are offering limited medical plans and voluntary benefits. This conference will be different than previous voluntary benefit conferences, where you will meet new players and the largest players in the industry.

The organizer past conference was described as “one of the best conferences attendees had ever attended”, and had large employers such as Procter & Gamble, Black & Decker, Top consulting firms and agencies and the major insurance carriers in the industry.


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Space is Limited and Registration is restricted to key players in the voluntary benefits industry

Voluntary Benefits and Limited Medical Plans are a multi billion dollar industry and one of the fastest growing segments of the insurance industry in America. Voluntary Benefits 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 voluntary benefits and limited medical plans that focuses on attendance from employers and consulting firms. Employers, health insurance agents and consultants are currently in the dark when it comes to learning about voluntary benefits 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 voluntary benefits 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.

The Voluntary Benefits Conference will also discuss the next evolution of innovative voluntary benefits and limited medical products, such as mini-major medical plans and which mini medical carriers in the marketplace are launching these innovative products.

Credit Crisis & the US Economy

The conference will also address how the credit crisis and the US economic recession will affect the voluntary benefits and limited medical industry. Will there be a positive affect, or a negative one? How do we position ourselves in this industry to take full advantage of the credit crisis and the economy and help it to increase enrollments and sales for our organization? The credit crisis and economy can help a broker or insurance carrier increase their block of business, but only if they position themselves correctly.

The Uninsured Marketplace
The United States has over 50 million Americans with No Health Insurance. Over 120 million Americans have no dental insurance. It is estimated an equal to or larger percentage are underinsured. What are your plans on how to target and market to this potential customer base?

Networking Opportunities
The Voluntary Benefits 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 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.

Voluntary Benefits Conference
Jessica Leopold