Collaborative partners: CCS, YPO, ESPO and NEPO would like to invite you to a customer insight day which will provide you with guidance, knowledge and support on making decisions around insurance service procurement.
We’ll be updating you on all the latest market insight around insurance and sharing best practices around procurement of insurance services. We’ll also be talking to you about Insurance Service Framework (reference RM3731), which was established in collaboration with the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) and YPO, as well as involvement with other public sector organisations, ESPO and NEPO.
The session will provide you with a guidance on how to validate a claims experience prior to tender to get it as good as it can be and how to structure your tender documentation to get the best value. We’ll also use case studies and sample documentation to demonstrate the benefits of using a framework
The overall objective of the day is to make sure you’ll leave the session armed with all the practical advice and information you’ll need to run an effective and successful tender.
|10.45am - 11am||Introduction & housekeeping|
|11am - 11.45am||Session 1L What does the good tender look like from an insurers point of view
Guest speaker from Zurich Municipal
|11.45am - 12.30pm||Break & refreshments|
|12.30pm - 1.15pm||Session 2: The benefits of using a specialist art insurer to insure the art collection, archive & regalia
James McDowell - Senior Underwriter at AXA ART Insurance
|1.15pm - 2pm||Session 3: RM3731 Insurance Services framework overview & how to get the best value
Agnieszka Gajli - Category Buyer at YPO
|2pm - 2.15pm||Break|
|2.15pm - 3pm||Session 4: Devoultion & impact on insurance
Tim Devine - Managing Director - Public Sector & Education at Arthur J.Gallagher
|3pm - 3.15pm||Closing comments & questions|
Where do I go from the tube station?
From Fenchurch Street station:
Turn left out of the station and follow the road round until you come to the corner of London Street and Mark Lane. The new office is on that corner.
From Monument station:
Turn left out of the station’s main entrance and walk up Fish Street Hill. Turn right onto Eastcheap and walk down the road for about 400m until you come to Mark Lane on your left. Turn onto Mark Lane. The new office is about 150m up on your right.
From Aldgate station:
Turn right out of the station and follow Aldgate then Fenchurch Street for about 300m until you come to Mark Lane on your left. Turn onto Mark Lane and follow the road down for about 100m. The new office is on the corner of Mark Lane and London Street.
From Tower Hill station:
Exit the station and turn right. In front of you will be a park. Cut through the park using the pathway directly in front of you. At the end of the pathway turn left onto Trinity Square and then immediately right onto the A100. You will see the Liberty Bounds Public House on the corner. Walk past Liberty Bounds and follow the road for 100m. Turn right onto Great Tower Street, walk about 20m then you will come to Mark Lane on your right. Turn onto Mark Lane and the new office is about 150m up on your right.
Where can I find out more information about the new framework?
Click to read further information on the new framework
For further information please contact the Insurance team at email@example.com or call 01924 664675.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
For further information please email Agnieszka, firstname.lastname@example.org or call us 01924 664675.
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YPO supplies products and services. 100% publicly owned, our profits are returned to our public sector customers.
Established in 1974 to aggregate the procurement spend of our owning local authorities, we continue to help drive efficiency savings through our bulk buying power for product supplies and centralised contract services initiatives.
Today we offer an extensive range of 32,000 items and 100 frameworks, covering everything from office supplies and furniture to electricity and insurance. This helps our customers save time and money, delivering even better value.