The 2022 Business Insurance Women to Watch winners have been announced! Register now to join us on 10 November in London for our in-person leadership conference and awards ceremony at the Sheraton Grand London Park Lane! 

The Business Insurance Women to Watch Awards & Leadership Conference is the only recognition programme that celebrates leading women from every facet of the commercial insurance industry. ​Winners come from commercial insurance, risk management, employee benefits and related fields such as consulting and law. What started as a recognition programme in 2006, has grown into an educational programme aimed at the advancement of women in commercial insurance. 

In 2016, Business Insurance launched the EMEA Women to Watch Awards programme which recognizes winners from Europe, the Middle East and Africa. This year's programme will include a half-day professional development conference, followed by an awards ceremony.

An Advisory Board of past honorees, diversity experts, and insurance industry leaders guide the development of the conference content.

Click here to view the full conference agenda

Individual tickets to attend the awards and leadership conference are $399 (USD). Tickets include access to the welcome reception, leadership conference and awards luncheon.

To sponsor the event or a table of 10 at the luncheon and awards ceremony, please contact Susan Stilwill.

The BI Women to Watch Foundation Supports Gamma Iota Sigma
The Business Insurance Women to Watch Foundation is proud to partner with Gamma Iota Sigma (GIS), a 501(c)(3) organization that promotes, encourages, and sustains academic interest in careers spanning the insurance industry. With a growing network of 5,000 students and 35,000 alumni from over 97 colleges and universities, GIS leads the sustainable growth and diversification of the insurance industry's talent pipeline. This partnership will provide future female leaders with access to industry and GIS resources and enables new, supportive programming.


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