West Palm Beach, FL, November 12, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The first annual Voluntary Benefits & Limited Medical Conference showcased great attendance in its first year with over 375 attendees, 50 speakers and over 35 exhibitors and sponsors. The conference, http://www.voluntarybenefitsconference.com took place in Los Angeles, October 25th and 26th, 2009. The Conference also had amazing speakers from large employers such as Black and Decker, McDonalds, and CKE Restaurants, to top consulting firms, agencies, and enrollment firms and voluntary benefit companies.
Colleen DePadua, Manager of Group Insurance for Black and Decker said that, “The Voluntary Benefits & Limited Medical Conference was a great opportunity to meet with others in the industry and discuss successes as well as future goals for our programs. This conference was well thought out and with experts from a broad spectrum of vendors, consultants and employers. Thank you for a wonderful experience!”
The speaker’s panel sessions highlighted the dynamic benefits and issues surrounding employers and associations offering voluntary benefits and limited medical plans. Presentations included employers and consulting firms views on the importance of voluntary benefits and limited medical plans, to innovative new enrollment methods and creative cutting edge voluntary benefits and limited medical plans.
“The conference gave me a good opportunity to look at different ways Voluntary Benefits and Limited Medical can be integrated into our core business. I came away with some new ideas around how to utilize these products to solve issues that many of our clients are facing in the current economy,” said Tiffany Stiller, Vice President of Carrier Relations for BenefitMall.
The conference is the official conference of Voluntary Benefits Magazine and the national Voluntary Benefits Association. http://www.voluntarybenefitsmagazine.com and http://www.vbassociation.com . The Voluntary Benefits Magazine is the only dedicated magazine in the insurance industry dedicated to voluntary benefits and worksite insurance.
The 2nd annual Voluntary Benefits and Limited Medical Conference will take place September 20th-22nd, 2010 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza hotel in Los Angeles, California and is expected to have up to 800 attendees and up to 100 exhibitors and sponsors. The conference will be a part of the Employer Healthcare Congress, http://www.employerhealthcarecongress.com, one of the largest employer healthcare conferences in the country, which will feature up to 2,000 attendees from the leading employers, consulting firms, agencies and insurance companies.