In the war for consumer attention, games could be a way to win over hearts and minds, and – most importantly – the customer’s time
Insure the Box founder and CEO Mike Brockman talks to Post about the firm's acquisition by Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance Europe and adapting to a changing market
The scale of the threat posed to the insurance market by FinTech companies has been revealed in a new report by PwC.
DAC Beachcroft has responded to calls for the insurance industry to be more innovative with the launch of its Innovations Lab - a research and development hub.
There is now scope for insurers to benefit from wider sources of intelligence to validate claims
Just three months after its launch, Belong Safe has shut down completely due to financial and branding troubles.
Without the right technology, millennials won't be attracted to insurance. But without millennials, getting the infrastructure right is a struggle
Four years ago it was reported that Grant Thornton had been appointed by Esure to look at the possibility of divesting its shareholding in comparison site Go Compare.
The access that private and public bodies have to our personal data has been a continual point of debate in the electronic age and the current passage through the Houses of Parliament of the Investigatory Powers Bill is a case in point
At the end of May, Post held the second meeting of the Digital Insurance Collective at the Bounce venue in Farringdon London.
I closed my last post by promising some thoughts on attracting millennials to work in our industry.
On the digital continuum the UK insurance industry is mostly operating in the ‘basic digital' space.
Insurers need to eliminate barriers and promote the customer over profit - no matter whether it is an “anathema” to the current status quo - to succeed in digital.
Purely digital retailers such as Amazon and brand giants like Apple are potentially having a huge impact on expectations of insurance policyholders.
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As wearable tech becomes more mainstream, what are the risks for the industry?
Incoming Airmic chair Clive Clarke talks to Burhan Khadbai about his journey to the role and the key issues facing the risk management and insurance communities
A new ‘on demand’ learner driver insurance has launched, which allows customers to book policy days via a smartphone app.
With the sharing economy growing year-on-year, what are the challenges and opportunities for the insurance industry?
Insurance customers' expectations are evolving rapidly. Those firms that operate in the insurance space are now in direct competition with pure digital retailers, such as Amazon,and super brands like Apple when it comes to how they interact with, engage…
Incumbent insurers that fail to be “customer centric” and adapt to the digital age are likely to go the same way as former high street giant Woolworths.
Global giant Allianz has launched an innovation venture in Singapore for Asia.
The Insurance Fraud Bureau plays an important role as the central hub for sharing insurance fraud data and intelligence. However, there are new technologies that can help insurers detect during the online quotation process behaviours that may be…
Trak Global has tied up with Volkswagen to provide tech support for new drivers.
US-based innovation consulting and software provider Imaginatik is to target the UK and European insurance sector after striking a partnership with Ingenin.