There were some things at this year’s Benefits Selling Expo thatdidn’t surprise us—namely the talk of health care reform,especially as the expo was held shortly before the Supreme Courtwas expected to rule on the constitutionality of the PPACA. Andthen there were some surprises—for example, read what Howard Deanreally thinks about the Obama’s reform bill.

Still, this year’s expo—the magazine’s seventh—did what it aimsto do: educate attendees and get them to think a little outside thebox. During sessions on voluntary benefits and self-funding tokeynotes, industry insiders talked top trends. Others focused onsurviving in an industry that faces massive change and massivechallenges.

And from inspirational speaker and Benefits Selling columnistBrian Hicks to polarizing political figures, the Benefits Sellingexpo keynotes drew crowds and delivered on entertainment.

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