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May 20, 2014 — 3809 views

Insurance Thought Leadership Adds Luminaries to Its Advisory Board

Menlo Park, CA — May 20, 2014 — Insurance Thought Leadership (ITL), a digital publishing platform that promotes thought leadership in insurance and risk management, today announced that Kaj Ahlmann, a managing director, the global head of strategic business development and the chair of the advisory board for Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management, and marketing guru Jay Baer have joined the ITL advisory board.

The addition of Mr. Ahlmann and Mr. Baer will help ITL develop more relationships at the highest levels of the insurance industry, promote its brand and sharpen its services offerings.

Mr. Ahlmann joined Deutsche Bank in 2009, with 35 years of industry experience. Among other positions, he was CEO of Inreon; chairman, president and CEO of Employers Reinsurance; and a director of GE Capital Services.

Mr. Baer has spent 20 years in digital marketing, consulting for more than 700 companies. His firm – Convince & Convert – counsels leading companies such as Oracle, Billabong, Hardee’s and Dole. His Youtility: Why Smart Marketing is About Help not Hype was a big best-seller. His blog is visited by more than 200,000 marketers each month.

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“Kaj has been such a power in the industry for so long that he knows just about everybody,” said Paul Carroll, CEO and editor-in-chief of ITL, “and Jay is simply the best when it comes to digital marketing, which will not only help ITL build its brand but will help us promote our thought leaders. They’re both super smart, and I’m delighted that they’re putting their shoulders to the wheel and helping us really get ITL moving.”

About Insurance Thought Leadership

Insurance Thought Leadership is a digital publishing platform that curates and promotes the premier content about insurance and risk management and sponsors a community of thought leaders. Some of the keenest minds in the industry have signed up to be thought leaders on ITL, and the platform provides C-suite executives and thought leaders in insurance direct access to each other so they can have a meaningful exchange and become more knowledgeable. The company is based in Menlo Park, Calif. To learn more about Insurance Thought Leadership, go to insurancethoughtleadership.com.