NIICA Fall 2018 Business Meeting

Registration now open for nonmembers here.

NIICA members, please log in to the Members Area to Register for this Event.

Vendor Expo & Agent Symposium – Agent Transition to 2020!
September 20-22, 2018
W Hotel Atlanta-Buckhead
3377 Peachtree Rd NE
Atlanta, GA 30326

Nonmembers’ Cost for this event:
Early Bird (thru July 15) $100*
Regular (July 16 – August 31) $125*
Onsite (After August 31) $150*
*Registration may close early based on space limitations (145 registrants) for this event.

Please note our cancellation policy: Registration may be cancelled by August 31 with a refund of the registration fee minus a $25 handling fee. No refunds for cancellations after August 31.

Plan to arrive on Thursday, September 20, for our Vendor Expo starting at 1:00 PM and continuing through our Welcome Reception starting at 6:00 PM.

Friday, September 21, starts with Continental Breakfast at 7:30 am, with a full-day of workshops/presentations/panel discussions beginning at 8:00 am and ending around 5:00 PM.

Saturday, September 22, starts with NIICAs Annual Business Meeting followed by a brief Board of Directors Meeting.

A brief Board of Directors meeting will follow. We expect to be finished by noon on Saturday. Attendance on Saturday is limited to current NIICA members.

Register for this event here.

Rooms are available at the W Hotel Atlanta-Buckhead for $159 a night plus tax, single or double occupancy. Reserve your hotel room here.

The following Vendors/Exhibitors are confirmed for this event!


Fall 2017 Business Meeting in Baltimore Declared a Success!

Look for Handouts in the Members Only Section of this Website

 NIICA’s Objectives Are:

  • To create a professional organization from which rules, ideas, statements, papers, journals, dissertations and studies can be presented publicly for analysis, debate and resolution; and to publish those subjects that are inherent and of interest to the business pursuits of member agents and their principal.
  • To promote professionalism and ethical practice, placing service to the policyholder and public first and foremost.
  • To promote and maintain effective communication between the agent and the company.
  • To foster and encourage fellowship among agents and their families.
  • To encourage increased competence through continuous study and professional industry courses.
  • To search for ways in which career agents may enjoy unique benefits such as curtailment of agency expense, investigate sources of the most economical insurance coverages for members and recommend activities that may prove financially advantageous to the agency force.
  • To research and recommend legislative programs that may provide fair treatment of insurance consumers and Nationwide independent contractors.
  • To provide information for all members on national and local issues that are of importance to them.
  • To provide help to an incapacitated agent for the maintenance and operation of his or her agency.
  • To provide survivor administrative assistance to the family of a deceased member.
  • To assist agents with legal expenses when it is determined that they were unfairly terminated or about to be terminated without just cause.
  • To reject the concept of unionization in any form or fashion.