IoTBuild - Network to Edge

Internet of Insurance conference logo
5th Annual
Austin, TX

Job Titles in Attendance

Every year we welcome C-Level, VPs, Directors, Managers of the following categories:
  • Actuarial Science
  • Business Intelligence
  • Claims
  • Commercial & Business Strategy
  • Customer Experience/ Engagement
  • Data Analytics
  • Digital
  • Innovation
  • IT & Technology
  • Marketing
  • Underwriting
  • Security

What our attendees say...

The event was well orchestrated. We came away with additional insight & contacts that we didn't have.

Product Management Director, Corporate Development

Sessions were rapid-fire, not too long. Speakers were great.

VP Underwriting
Colonial Life

Very positive experience. We had great discussions.

VP Underwriting
Greater New York Insurance

Thoroughly enjoyed the conference. I was able to have meaningful conversations with attendees and vendors, and the set up was great.

Product VP
Encompass Insurance

An opportunity to learn, get exposure to IoT initiatives, and network with industry experts.

Innovation Garage

The topics of presentations were on trend and top quality.

VP Personal Lines
Hartford Steam Boiler

The size of the event was such that everyone felt like a friend and everyone was very approachable.

Co-Founder & CEO

Regarding leads, we already have follow-up appointments with four of the companies we met.

Industry VP Insurance & Health Plans
Hitachi Solutions


The LINE Hotel
111 Cesar Chavez, Austin, TX 78701

Date: September 17 & 18, 2019
Opening Time: 08:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Internet of Insurance is pleased to offer a limited amount of hotel rooms at a discounted rate of $279 (plus tax).

At the crossroads where Town Lake meets downtown, the LINE draws influence from both the surrounding natural beauty and the creative energy that fuels the city. The convergence of the lush landscape and the vibrancy of the Capitol, historic theaters, music culture and contemporary art is reflective of the spirit of Austin itself – green at heart and full of life.

Once home to a jazz club that broadcast live on local radio in the late 1960s, the hotel is part of downtown Austin history and carries with it a storied legacy that the LINE seeks to foster and continue. The redesign of the 1965 building, a collaboration between Austin architect Michael Hsu and LA-based designer Sean Knibb, showcases art by emerging local artists throughout the property. The LINE hosts events and programs that build on the hotel’s historic cultural contribution and pay tribute to the unique character of Austin.