Registration is now open for RIMS 2013 Annual Conference & Exhibition, which will include an improved agenda, RIMS announced Tuesday.
RIMS ’13 is scheduled for April 21 to 24 in Los Angeles at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Risk management practitioners, insurance professionals and other industry service providers can now view details about this year’s conference and register for the event via a newly designed website that is optimized for mobile devices.
This year’s website -- www.RIMS.org/RIMS13 -- features the latest conference news, program highlights, sponsorship and networking opportunities, exhibitor information, a listing of educational sessions, keynote speakers, as well as important information about accommodations and local attractions in Los Angeles.
“The risk management community converges at RIMS Annual Conference & Exhibition for groundbreaking insights, creative solutions and strategic thought leadership,” RIMS Executive Director Mary Roth said in a statement.
“In the face of rapidly changing risks and an evolving business climate, risk professionals and RIMS need to stay ahead of the curve. We have taken this opportunity to enhance the attendee experience for learning and sharing and are proud to announce some new changes to our conference program.”
RIMS conducted a comprehensive analysis of the Society’s 2012 conference and has announced several improvements to its 2013 agenda, including:
- New exhibit hall events – RIMS has added new events in the Exhibit Hall including two luncheons, a Re-Vibe energy break and RIMS Vine Vibe networking event, as well as more exclusive Exhibit Hall hours.
- Thought leadership theater – This year’s Exhibit Hall will also feature 26, 25-minute educational workshops not offered in the regular conference agenda.
- Power Hours – To maximize our attendees’ time at the conference, RIMS ’13 will now feature a series of 60-minute sessions on Tuesday morning.
- Conference finale – This year’s Wednesday celebrity performance will officially mark the close of the conference.
- Housing update – To ensure conference-goers have priority access to hotel accommodations in Los Angeles, this year’s attendees must be registered for the conference prior to reserving hotel space.