Register now and join us at the COVER Wellbeing 360 Summit, taking place on Thursday 24th March 2022.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, our way of life has changed dramatically, and the pandemic has taken an unprecedented toll on the mental health of the nation. We continue to find solutions to tackle the changing needs of our customers, and are providing more online services. We’re committed to supporting our members and clients.
Cover is a publication that shares our philosophy. It’s finding new ways to drive the discussion and bring experts together to examine how the protection and health insurance market can better adapt their offering in response to an evolving landscape.
The COVER Wellbeing 360 Summit is central to this discussion. It is a full-day virtual conference that’ll be built around the three pillars of wellbeing – mental, physical and financial, and we're delighted to be attending as event sponsors. The day will be packed full of expert speakers, updates, tech innovations and everything else that you need to know when it comes to wellbeing. Key areas of discussion will include:
- The promotion of inclusivity, engagement and accessibility in existing support networks
- Pioneering new methods of healthy working in hybrid environment
- How healthcare providers are adapting to new behaviours, both at work and at home
Don’t miss our expert speakers
10:20am: Eugene Farrell, Mental Health Consultancy Lead for AXA Health will be talking about mental health - from supporting resilience to helping teams flourish
12:30pm: Dr Chris Tomkins, Head of Wellbeing Propositions will talk about ways in which organisations can help people create a step change in mental health, in 2022 and beyond.
The Summit is essential for intermediaries, advisers and anyone else that specialises in selling protection and healthcare, so don’t miss it!
Finally, experts will be on-hand at our virtual stand to speak to you throughout the day and you’ll also be able to get access to our health and wellbeing calendar, as well download the Global Mental Health report. Registration is free but places are limited, so don’t miss out!