Leadership For Loss Control
Creating Pathways for Growth and Development
October 1 – 2, 2020 | Portland, Maine
Loss Control Forum, presented by Alexander & Schmidt, has become the preeminent conference for Insurance Loss Control industry leaders and management professionals. Since its inception in 2015, this invitation-only event has explored emerging issues and fundamental changes affecting the future of Loss Control, and the implications for effective Underwriting.
Now, in its new biennial format, attendees will have an opportunity to participate with industry experts and accomplished professionals from a wide variety of Leadership, Business Strategy, and Loss Control sectors. We’ll explore critical issues that can support strategic decision-making and help create pathways for growth and development – for your company, and for you, as a leader.
Join us on October 1st and 2nd, 2020, in the beautiful seaport city of Portland, Maine – at the city’s newest waterfront hotel. LCF 2020 promises to be an exciting program filled with actionable information and insights, in-depth discussions, and valuable networking.
Details about conference agenda and registration for invited participants will be posted soon. A modest program fee of $525 is charged, to partially offset Forum expenses. For more information, please contact John Natale, Executive Vice President: email@example.com, and visit LossControlForum.com for updates.
Our 2020 Venue
AC Hotel by Marriott Portland/Waterfront
The AC Hotel Portland Downtown Waterfront is ideally located two blocks from the Old Port District known for its shopping, restaurants and outdoor activities. Our beautiful property is located on Fore Street on the site of The Grand Trunk Station across from Portland’s Waterfront and is the only hotel in Portland with unobstructed views of Casco Bay.
Portland, Maine, named Bon Appetit’s Restaurant City of the Year!
(Excerpt from the Portland Press Herald)
This is just the fourth time the magazine has named a City of the Year, and Portland, with a population of 67,000, is by far the smallest honoree “by millions of inhabitants,” said Andrew Knowlton, Bon Appetit’s editor-at-large. Knowlton wrote the two-page feature story on Portland that was posted online Tuesday and will appear in the magazine’s September Best New Restaurants issue, which hits newsstands next Tuesday. Past winners were San Francisco in 2015, Washington, D.C., in 2016 and Chicago in 2017. For the complete article in the Press Herald, click: here.