Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) this program is being canceled. We look forward to seeing you at next year's U.S. Annual Conference in Denver, Colorado on October 17- 20, 2021. Registration is now open for U.S. Annual Virtual Conference - Register today to ensure you keep up-to-date about the opening session with keynote speaker and conference schedule. If you have immediate concerns, please reach out to us directly at (888)334-3327, option 2 or email at email@example.com
The 66th Annual Employee Benefits
Conference is the largest gathering of multiemployer and public
employee benefit plan representatives. This must-attend event offers you
the opportunity to network with your peers, be surrounded by industry
experts and learn the latest in the industry so you can make the most
informed decisions on behalf of your funds.
topics ranging from legal and legislative to health and welfare to
retirement security, the Annual Employee Benefits Conference is the
educational event to attend for most current information and
perspectives from leading industry experts on all areas of employee
benefits. With so many options to choose from, the Annual Conference is
like attending several conferences all rolled into one!
Build your own conference experience by choosing from more than 120 sessions ranging in complexity from beginning to advanced. To get a taste of what the conference will cover, below is a sampling of topics to be address in 2019.
Attending the Annual Employee Benefits Conference is a must for an individual in any area of employee benefits.
Bringing together nearly 5,000 peers from across the country, the Annual Conference is the premier learning event for:
Speakers will be announced soon.
Speakers for 2020 will be announced soon. Please check back.
A civil rights lawyer, author and businessman, Deval Patrick served as the 71st governor of Massachusetts from 2007 to 2015.
An edgy, educational and motivational speaker, author Risha Grant is an internationally renowned diversity, inclusion and bias expert.
A comedian, American Paralympian and author, Josh Sundquist lost his left leg to Ewing’s sarcoma at age nine and later became a Paralympic ski racer.
Jeff KreislerExpert, Behavioral EconomicsAuthor Editor-in-Chief, PeopleScience.com
The International Foundation's Annual Conference works hard to provide continuing Education credit. Additional information will become available regarding the 2020 conference soon.
Educational sessions at this program can qualify for CEBS Compliance credit. Visit
www.cebs.org/compliance for more information.
Young Professionals Scholarship Available
The International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans and the International Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialists (ISCEBS) have teamed up to create a scholarship opportunity for young employee benefits professionals to encourage participation in the benefits industry.
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