Networking News


The future of technology in the insurance industry

The term ‘innovation’ is a double-edged sword; on one hand, it’s the key propeller for businesses to survive and thrive in the modern era and on the other, it’s costly, time-consuming and difficult to get right. This then begs the question, what should your business prioritise? While some industries have fully embraced innovation as a […]

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Allianz shine a spotlight on cyber security and remote working

As we continue to navigate our way through different levels of lockdown, many employees continue to work remotely. But what does this mean for a businesses’ IT security? We spoke to Christian Simpson, Senior Cyber Underwriter at Allianz to find out more about what they feel is the future of Cyber Insurance in the wake of […]

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Member of the Month – Akhil Chaudhry, Jaggi & Co Ltd

“Broker Network BDM Nigel Morrish really put the proverbial money where his mouth is; we had some issues with an insurer, and he made those issues go away.” These are the words of Akhil Chaudhry, Director at Jaggi & Co Ltd, who have recently upgraded from being a Connect Member to become a Premier Member. […]

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International Stress Awareness Week: 10 keys to happier living

New research from the Mental Health Foundation and collaborating universities has revealed that more than eight in ten adults have experienced stress because of the pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought uncertainty and challenges into our lives that we have never faced before. As a result, many of us will have experienced heightened levels of […]

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World Mental Health Day: what can you do to support your people?

The COVID-19 pandemic has made an unprecedented impact on our lives and continues to affect our mental and physical wellbeing on a daily basis. We’ve spent months away from our friends and loved ones, seen workplaces, shops, and restaurants close for a considerable length of time, as well as schools and nurseries. The uncertainty continues […]

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