Insurance brokers are more important than ever in the current economic climate, as the cost-of-living crisis drives customers to seek out the best insurance deals. This article highlights why now is the ideal time for brokers to digitise in order to reduce the impact of market uncertainty.
In a hard market, better marketing can help insurance brokers differentiate themselves, demonstrate value and drive growth. Featuring links to three articles, this in-depth focuses on how busy brokers can deliver great marketing without taking up too much time or money.
A broken boiler or burst pipes can have a significant impact in terms of repair costs, loss of income and disruption to a business’s operations. HSB’s technical guide provides some tips for brokers on how to help your clients avoid costly breakdown and repair bills.
In this article, Emma Higgins, chief people officer at QBE International, argues that updating employment offerings in line with ideas from employees is the answer to the great resignation.
What does the future hold for the UK’s construction market? From mitigating the impact of rising plant theft, to investing in new technologies to drive efficiencies, this report considers how five trends are shaping the sector and the implications for construction insurance risks.
AI is transforming the insurance industry. In this final part of Insurance Post’s and PayPal’s three part series, this article explores how AI could play a role in improving security in the insurance sector and help alleviate the economic pressure underinsurance brings.
In this second edition of Insurance Post’s and PayPal’s three-part series, this article delves into the transformative power of offering diverse payment options for insurance, shedding light on how this approach can significantly ease financial pressures for individuals.
As the cost-of-living crisis persists, customers reduce insurance coverage, yet premiums are rising. In the inaugural segment of this three-part series, Insurance Post and PayPal collaborate to examine how insurers can retain customers by offering cost-effective products that cater to their needs.
Last week, a group of staff from ARAG took the train up to London for the UK Women in Insurance Summit at Canary Wharf. In this blog, ARAG’s Katie Furse, Bianca Allison and Lisa Abrahams share some takeaways from the event.
Love them or loathe them, the company Christmas bash is an institution that has survived wars, pandemics and that Crazy Frog version of Last Christmas. Besides the risks associated with bringing staff together, this blog highlights why bosses also need to consider the investment they’re making.