The coronavirus has impacted every business in varying degrees. Insurance coverage has been at the forefront of many businesses’ concerns as they are coming to see the importance of being prepared for the unexpected. However, the insurance industry is also being significantly affected by what has been happening. Event cancellations and necessary accommodations are influencing the way operations are continuing in the wake of this event.
Coronavirus insurance industry conference cancellations may continue over the coming months as businesses go to great measures to help protect their employees while doing their part in a global effort to stop the spread of the pandemic. Ongoing training for individual employees has been postponed, while other channels of communication are being utilized to keep staff connected.
The are other mediums by which individuals across a lot of industries can continue to do business. Videoconferencing applications such as Facetime and Zoom and collaborative project management programs such as Mindmeld are helping companies to keep operating in a way that puts safety first.
As insurance companies face an unprecedented set of challenges, they are responding resourcefully and conscientiously. While keeping physical distance and canceling events has a significant short-term impact, the resiliency that companies demonstrate over the course of the health crisis will come to define how they emerge in its aftermath.