6 Things You Need to Know When Attending WSIA Underwriting

WSIA Underwriting is happening in just a few weeks. We are excited to see everyone in Phoenix. For those of you headed to this summit in March, here are six things you need to know when attending WSIA Underwriting.

1: Don’t Miss Your Flight

Make sure you pack the night before and go to sleep early. Traveling can be stressful, and you want to save your energy for all the exciting things happening at WSIA Underwriting.

2: Bring Your Business Cards

WSIA Underwriting is a great opportunity to network and meet new people. Be sure to bring a stack of business cards to share with all the new people that you meet. If you’d like to network with us, you can schedule a time to chat with us at the summit through this link!

3: Participate in All of the Booth Raffles

There will be plenty of exciting vendors and booths to explore at WSIA Underwriting. Be sure to take advantage of all the swag and raffle opportunities. InsCipher will be doing a daily raffle for the chance to win a $75 Amazon Gift Card. You don’t want to miss it!

4: Bring a Jacket

Conference rooms tend to be chilly. And sitting in a chair for a long time doesn’t help. Bring along a jacket to stay warm and help you focus on the events that are happening.

5: Establish Clear Goals

Go to WSIA Underwriting with specific goals in mind. Do you want to learn? Network? Find new customers? Develop partnerships? Establishing specific goals before you go can help you make the most of your time at WSIA Underwriting.

6: Party Hard

WSIA Underwriting is a great way to get out of the office, grow your professional career, and meet new people. Take advantage of breaks, networking opportunities, and the evenings after the last session. And if you party a little too hard, be sure to stop by the InsCipher booth. We are handing out hangover kits for all you party animals!

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