Monday, April 30, 2012

Webinar: Risk Management

The Show Must Go On — A Live Events Case Study

This live events case study reviews how "the show must go on" when a million dollar video wall was destroyed by a severe storm. The elements of the case include:
·    A major touring entertainer on a national tour
·    Millions of dollars of high end/high tech gear
·    An outdoor, summer evening performance
·    Whose insurance company is responsible?
·    Who makes the call to cancel the show?
·    Lessons learned

Presenter: Scott Carroll, Executive Vice President, Take1 Insurance

Scott Carroll has worked exclusively in the insurance industry since 1984 (28 years). He started his insurance career as large company underwriter; Manager (commercial insurance and marketing) and eventually as branch manager for the western region – Los Angeles, in excess and surplus lines.

Scott left large carrier underwriting for the distribution side of the business, first as Chief Operating Officer for a large regional brokerage firm based out of Los Angeles, followed by his current role as Executive Vice President and Program Manager of the Take1 Insurance, underwriting program, a division of Dallas, based US Risk Insurance Group.

Scott has been with US Risk for the past seven years, in their Orange County office, first having opened that branch for US Risk, in 2005, and later managing the Take1 Insurance underwriting program focused primarily on the entertainment insurance industry including but not limited to audiovisual and communications companies; TV, documentary and film production companies; various professional sports team coverage as well as touring entertainers; mobile satellite/mobile transmission firms; and more.

Webinar is FREE and brought to you by InfoComm International

This Link will open the program as an .mwv file in your media player.

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