Association for Responsible Alternatives
to Workers' Compensation
September 26, 2019
October 2, 2019
Irving, Texas

Limited Spots Remaining!
You will not want to miss the QCARE roll-out and this year's keynote speaker!

Keynote Topic:

When organizations combine a fearless capacity for learning with a disciplined innovation strategy, unparalleled opportunities result.  “

Guy Fraker, Futurist and Entrepreneur

As Chief Innovation Officer (CIO) at Insurance Thought Leadership, Guy’s 30-year career has been dedicated to world-class innovation, best practices and those technologies and trends making the greatest impact on the insurance, reinsurance, and risk management industries. 
Guy’s experience includes working side-by-side with premier global innovators, such as IDEO, Global Business Network, X-Prize Foundation, Google-X, and Singularity University. As a speaker, Guy has shared his insights across 4 continents.
Considered one of the world’s leading authorities on the risks and opportunities associated with automated vehicles, Guy has worked with State & Federal regulators, foreign governments, startups and established firms to safely accelerate this societal shift in mobility. 
As an innovation architect, Guy’s insurance and reinsurance clients have generated capital growth in excess of $300,000,000, successfully launched multiple industry-1st products and internal efficiency solutions, created non-insurance revenue streams, and dramatically cut insurance product development times. 

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Texas Trade Associations

In addition to representing nonsubscriber employers and service providers before legislative and regulatory bodies in Austin and Washington, DC, ARAWC is the source of information for Austin-based trade associations and business groups on developments regarding Texas injury benefit plans. 

This past month, ARAWC met with numerous business groups to talk about legislative/regulatory and industry developments affecting nonsubscription. Meetings included (among others) discussions with the Texas Association of Business, the Texas Hotel & Lodging Association, the Texas Retailers Association, the National Federation of Independent Business, the Insurance Council of Texas, the Independent Insurance Agents of Texas, and the Texas Trial Lawyers Association.

Below are two pictures from those meetings. Let us know if you would like ARAWC to provide similar briefings to trade associations where your company is a member.

ARAWC Government Relations Advisor, Ryan Brannan and Jennifer Hurless of PartnerSource with Steve Bresnen before our meeting with the Texas Trial Lawyers Association
Jennifer Hurless and Ryan Brannan meeting with Annie Spillman, Executive Director of the National Federation of Independent Business, and John McCord, the Deputy Executive Director of NFIB in Texas.
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