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On-Demand Webinar | COVID-19: Our "new normal" collides with epic catastrophes

HOSTED OCTOBER 14, 2020 : PART FIVE OF MULTI-PART SERIES

There’s nothing “normal” about our new reality. Just as the country emerged from mandated lockdowns, we’re now faced with a series of epic natural catastrophes. How has driving been affected? What does this mean for your business? 

Join Arity experts as we dive into driving behavior shifts throughout the pandemic and reflect on the potential longer-term impact on insurance: from risk modeling to product offerings to customer acquisition.

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In this on-demand webinar, you will learn:

  • Driving behavior trends as schools start the year in new and novel ways
  • Mobility patterns in and around catastrophe areas
  • Additional insights you can use when evaluating loss and premium trends

With nearly 400 billion miles of aggregated and anonymized mobility data collected from over 23 million active connections, Arity has rich insights on what is happening in transportation, specifically how mobility habits are changing.

The presenters

Louisa Harbage-Edell

Director, Market Intelligence & Strategy

Megan Klein

Director, Actuarial and Rating Services

Rob Nendorf

Director, Analytics