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Clarion acquires Digital Insurance Agenda

by Emily Wallin

Clarion Events has announced it has acquired leading European event series Digital Insurance Agenda (DIA).

The addition of DIA further enhances Clarion’s portfolio of events and digital platforms within the insurance market, putting them at the forefront of the world’s largest insurance and insuretech community.

In 2019 Clarion acquired InsureTech Connect (ITC), and has welcomed over 30,000 insurtech, insurance and investment leaders from 100+ countries to Las Vegas, and successfully launched the brand into Asia earlier this month.

DIA, founded by digital insurance strategists, Roger Peverelli and Reggy de Feniks, is renowned for their cutting-edge insurtech festivals in Barcelona, Amsterdam and Munich, and their content-rich platforms including DIA TV.

Clarion Events CEO Russell Wilcox said: “The addition of DIA further enhances Clarion’s ability to deliver value to our customers and partners in the insurtech and insurance community.

“We look forward to working with the highly talented team at DIA, to open up an array of exciting new products and digital services to insurance companies, tech leaders and investors globally.”

Roger Peverelli, co-founder of DIA said: “Ever since we started DIA, we have been passionate about connecting insurance executives with insurtech leaders, contributing to the adoption of insurtech at scale, resulting in, significant top-line and bottom-line impact for insurers.

“Combining our assets and competences with those of Clarion Events and the ITC brand is taking that to a next level.”

Reggy de Feniks, co-founder, DIA added: “Together with ITC we want to bring new added value to our customers; from start-ups to the big names in tech, from domestic insurers to the large multinational carriers, and from VCs to corporate investment arms. By multiplying our network and by worldwide coverage, we can now serve our partners even better as their strategic counterpart: across continents, across platforms, and across the year.”



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