EP. 87: How Do Insuring Cannabis Specialists Feel About 2024 with Most of Q1 Done
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by Ashley Cochrane
3d ago
As we head into the final month of the first quarter, one would think we should have a good idea what the year in business – and the year in insuring cannabis – is shaping up to look like. How do retail insurance brokers who specialize in cannabis feel about things so far in 2024? Are they worried about prices for cannabis products? Are there any new risks to be concerned about? Are they still stoked about the possibilities of emerging products and newly legal states? We spoke with Charles Pyfrom, chief marketing officer at CannGen Insurance Services, about what he’s hearing from his clients s ..read more
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EP. 80: What Startups, SMBs Need to Know About Their Cybersecurity
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by Ashley Waldrop
3d ago
On this episode of The Insuring Cyber Podcast, two experts in the startup and small business space – Keith Savino, national cyber practice leader at PCF Insurance Services, and Dominic Vogel, founder of Vogel Leadership and Coaching – discuss how these businesses can keep themselves safe from a cyber attack and the biggest risks facing SMBs today. Dominic shares when early stage startup founders should start thinking about their cybersecurity and practical first steps to take, and Keith gives an overview of the cyber insurance landscape for small and mid-sized businesses in 2024. Check it out ..read more
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EP. 24: The Superbowl, Tearjerking Ads and Money!
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by Ashley Waldrop
5d ago
In this installment of the IJam podcast, Julie and Derence delve into the latest marketing trends showcased in Superbowl ads, Dunkin’ Donuts, and the use of money imagery in Photoshop. The post EP. 24: The Superbowl, Tearjerking Ads and Money! appeared first on Insurance Journal TV ..read more
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EP. 4: Taking Out the Trash With Margeaux Giles
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by Ashley Cochrane
5d ago
The CEO of Irys is the first woman guest on the No Exclusions podcast and I could not be happier. Hopefully it starts a trend. We talk, of course about her AMS company, but also about her love of reading and learning — maybe driven by a little ADHD and workaholism, women as problem-solvers and leaders, the delicate AI-human balance, and Margo and I settle once and for all the correct spelling of insurtech. Or is it InsurTech? Definitely not insuretech. Maybe we did not settle that. But we did agree that no one is above taking out the trash. The post EP. 4: Taking Out the Trash With Margeaux Gi ..read more
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Donuts and an Exploding Toilet! – Excerpt from the Golfertainment Podcast
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by Ashley Waldrop
1w ago
The podcast exerpt discusses a story about an exploding toilet at a Dunkin’ Donuts in Winter Park, Florida. Patrick shares insights, noting the oddity of the incident and its potential implications. The conversation delves into the possible reasons for the lawsuit’s relatively low amount and speculates on the regional differences in perception. The narrative humorously touches on the unexpected nature of the event and the mental and physical repercussions for the customer. Click here to watch the full episode!  The post Donuts and an Exploding Toilet! – Excerpt from the Golfertainment Pod ..read more
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Insurtech Broker Connects ‘Channel Partners’
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by Ashley Waldrop
1w ago
How does an online insurtech broker acquire new business without spending money on paid or organic search, advertising or leads? By leveraging other firms’ relationships with their customers. On this installment we hear from David Embry, CEO of Mylo, an intelligence platform connecting small business owners and individuals with coverage from 100 carriers. Mylo’s model “takes advantage of the trusted advisor relationship our channel partners have with their clients,” David says. Such partners are startup bookkeepers and other consultancies, bakeries, flower shops, restaurants and the gamut ..read more
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EP. 79: The Art of Managing Cyber Risk for Museums
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by Ashley Waldrop
2w ago
As museums and cultural institutions are increasingly relying on technology to display digital works and manage internal systems and documents, they could be opening themselves up to growing cyber risks. John Farley, managing director of the cyber practice at Gallagher, Anthony Dolce, head of professional liability and cyber at The Hartford, and Joshua Morin, director of IT and application services at The American Alliance of Museums, spoke on this episode of The Insuring Cyber Podcast about the biggest risks facing museums and how cyber insurance can provide needed resources. The post EP. 79 ..read more
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EP. 02: Golfertainment: George and the Florida Insurance Men
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by Ashley Waldrop
2w ago
In this episode of the Golfertainment podcast, George, Patrick, and Kevin recount uproarious anecdotes such as a toilet mishap at a Dunkin’ Donuts in Florida and the peculiar case of a stolen driveway. They delve into topics like insurance coverage, liability, and bodily injury, even the pollution exclusion clause in light of the toilet incident. Additionally, they touch on the Japanese custom of rolling down hills during festivities. The post EP. 02: Golfertainment: George and the Florida Insurance Men appeared first on Insurance Journal TV ..read more
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AI and the Celebration of Insurance Careers Month
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by Ashley Waldrop
3w ago
Insurance Careers Month is here, Julie Tinney and Derence Walk from Insurance Journal had a little fun with AI with Marguerite Tortorello on the latest episode of the IJam Podcast! Watch the full episode here and help spread the word about Insurance Careers Month 2024! #InsuranceCareersMonth #ICM2024 The post AI and the Celebration of Insurance Careers Month appeared first on Insurance Journal TV ..read more
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EP. 86: Cats and Cannabis Operators
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by Ashley Cochrane
3w ago
Insured losses from severe convective storms in the U.S. continued to rise during the third quarter, surpassing the $50 billion mark for the first time, according to Aon plc’s Q3 Global Catastrophe Recap report. Total aggregated global insured losses from natural disasters in the first three quarters were estimated to exceed $88 billion. Catastrophes are a big topic, and the cannabis industry is facing the same market conditions other industries are – plus all the usual cannabis caveats (limited capacity, federal illegality, higher rates). To get a handle on cats and cannabis, we spoke with Br ..read more
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