Three years ago, when I became editor of Insurance Networking, we redesigned the magazine to make it bolder, easier to read and more eye-catching. Over time, we continued to "tweak" the magazine by adding several new sections, creating bolder graphics and art, and adjusting our editorial coverage.This May, we concluded that with all of the changes that are affecting the insurance industry, it was time for a bold "makeover" for the magazine. The industry is in the midst of significant changes-financial, technological and social-forces that undoubtedly will continue to impact carriers' business strategies for years to come.

Our readers-senior insurance executives-need to stay on top of the trends, issues and latest developments that are shaping the industry, and we believe, with the relaunch of Insurance Networking as Insurance Networking News, we are providing our audience with more information they can use to make better business decisions.

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