E-Commerce with an emphasis on Social Technologies
Click through on the links. They make an interesting tapestry of events past and future…
Favorite Work-related Events 2008
ICMG Golf Outing – twice! Thanks to Raymond Richard for the first, and Paul Andres with FTJ for the second. And that’s where I met new client Kevin Leys with Meridian, who later won the PIMA MMC Award for eCommerce Web sites. Very very cool.
PIMA MarkeTTech – Esurance and the Social Web. Thanks to Kristin Brewe, Sara Holoubek, Danielle Knopf, and Eric Tisch once again. MarkeTTech 2008 rocked! (If I may say so myself!)
AMBest EFusion Virtual Conference – got to see close-up some great new insurance technologies on display, got to talk about insurance and the social Web with Charles Wasilewski, reinforced some relationships, favorite learning conference of the year for me.
PIMA Newport – Golf at NCC with Kevin Leys (with Zach Wise spotting and shooting pics), AHIP Preso (especially the reference to LTCi), some great new connections including new client Insurance Specialists Inc.
Favorite Work-related Stories 2008
Favorite Work-related Pictures 2008
Favorite Movies 2008
Looking ahead to 2009
Expanding into new markets- sorry (to my worthy competitors), this is going to be a covert op
IIABA ACT preso – looking to the future on the social Web, agents, and insurance marketing – should be interesting.
PIMA Board of Directors – Watch out! Here I come. 3-year term starts after the 09 Annual Meeting.
Jump-start a few Blogs – Here’s one that rolling…attaboy Chris Jones. Ton of potential there.
A great new initiative with a major LTCi player.
More pictures for sure. Starting to learn music videos. See first attempt here.
A big thanks to readers. Can I encourage you to comment more often – and perhaps start your own blogs? Improve the richness of the conversation. Think of your blog as a newspaper column or a newsletter. It’s fun, a great learning environment, and oh so useful in so many ways. A team blog is an extremely effective tool on many levels. Happy to help in any way.