Twitter has finally come to the insurance world.
During the SSP outages, brokers took to the site to complain about the software, shedding light over their predicament.
Large insurers all have accounts that engage with their policyholders, while some insurtech start-ups display their specificity on the platform.
Ignore Twitter at your peril!
We are excited to announce that @SFoodbanks and the Sunday morning initiative team will be joining us at this years @WDragonboat ! The team will have their collection van so bring any food donations you can for local foodbanks #HungerDoesntWearClubColours #CharityTuesday pic.twitter.com/UT9Diup11C— Carpenters Group (@CarpentersGroup) August 20, 2019
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