The GWSCA's inaugural conference will focus on the service contract industry. Its primary themes shall be overcoming challenges the industry faces today and developing a vision for future industry growth, development and success. The conference will feature speakers from a broad array of industry sectors offering case studies, insights and recommendations on best practices covering topics touching every facet of the service contract business.
Other trade associations and law firms merely report on what the Service Contract Industry Council is doing throughout the United States. Over 25 years we have drafted, hired local lobbyists and counsel, and implemented most of the laws regulating the industry. Come to the source for service contract and extended warranty laws and regulations. Join over 100 insurers, administrators, obligors, and providers of service contracts, GAP and other ancillary products as we review state laws and regulations enacted this year that affect the industry.
Come join 160,000 of your best friends in the queue as they take over Las Vegas for a week. The 2014 International CES featured more than 3,673 exhibitors who together unveiled thousands of new products at the show. Extended warranty and service contract-related exhibitors included Asurion and Mack Worldwide Warranty.
The theme of the 11th annual Warranty Chain Management Conference is "Warranty and Service Contract Management for Strategic Financial and Competitive Advantage." The call for papers is now open and inputs are sought from all industries. If you have a revolutionary story or a trail-blazing case-study; have made an innovative discovery; have taken a transformational journey leading to the implementation of best practice; driven cost reduction; increased efficiencies; or developed a warranty or contract capability that has led to business growth or competitive advantage, then come and share your knowledge and experience with, and learn from, a diverse cross-company and cross-industry community of warranty and service contract professionals and business executives at this annual forum. Tell us about the challenges you overcame, what worked and what did not, and what you would do differently next time; after all, we are all striving for best-in-class and innovative ways to operate in warranty and service contract management. Submissions must be received by September 30.