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Insurance Age delivers in-depth news analysis and features, interviews, round tables, all the product launches and news in the market as well as keeping readers up to date on the management skills required to run a successful business in the modern age.
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Short-term letting using platforms such as Airbnb is on the rise. How is the insurance sector responding? To find out more, Insurance Age in association with Pikl gathered a number of industry specialists.
This webinar is dedicated to helping brokers through the upcoming implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation. Our expert panel discuss what broking firms should be doing now and why, along with the next steps to take ahead of the new laws going live on 25th May.
Following the brewery risk management challenge, the hospitality task and the real estate market presentations each apprentice has one last chance to state their case and be crowned the Broker Apprentice 2017. Watch the season finale today.
In their first individual task the six hopefuls have to pitch to Axa’s Ryan Birbeck and Alasdair Stewart. Their challenge is to persuade the Axa experts to back their marketing campaign for the insurer’s real estate offering.
In this episode, both teams visit Fuller’s in London with the challenge of tapping into the best risk management practices on offer at the brewery. They then have to pull together a presentation and craft a pitch to persuade the Axa experts that the brewery is a client worth having.
Episode two sees the six contestants having to cook for an office of hungry workers. Under the watchful eyes of Axa’s David Williams and Michael Yabantu the contestants have just a few hours to prepare a menu, buy and cook the ingredients and deliver the platters.
The six new contestants battling to be crowned Broker Apprentice 2017 meet with Axa Insurance CEO Brendan McCafferty for the first time. It is your first chance to see them in action as they look to impress the Axa boss.
From plumbers and electricians to vape shops and beauticians, some SMEs and sole traders are hard to reach, but complex and changing roles could present opportunities for brokers. Download Insurance Age’s latest SME In-depth to find out more.
Complex risks present challenges and it’s getting tougher too. New risks are emerging and business models are also changing, with many smaller companies now having a global remit. This In-depth sheds light on how brokers can ensure that clients of all sizes and budgets can find the right cover.
Insurance Age in association with Aviva is pleased to bring out a series of articles for brokers dedicated to the topic of succession planning. This article highlights why getting the right advice is invaluable for brokers looking to sell their business to ensure they get the best value.