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ITIJ issue 206 - March 2018
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ITIJ issue 206 - March 2018

Contents include:

Get smart
How the right app could save your life

The perfect storm
Adapt to survive?

2001: A Space Travel Insurance Odyssey
In space, no-one can hear you claim

Ah, Paris
French capital named top city for the fourth time

Instant payment for flight delays
New service from FlightDelayRepay

Aetna speaks out on antibiotic resistance
How can we defend against the bacterial apocalypse?

ITIJ issue 205 - February 2018

Contents include:

Are we doing enough to accommodate older travellers?
Avanti discusses signposting

Allianz improves security and digital offerings
New enhancements to health insurance plans

The digital insurer
How can the industry navigate the information revolution?

Emphasising the importance of healthy business travel
New study links extensive travel with poor mental health

Enticing Americans abroad
How to attract US travellers beyond their own borders

Sabine VanderLinden
CEO of InsurTech Business at Startupbootcamp InsurTech

ITIJ issue 204 - January 2018

Contents include:

Business travellers forego self-care
No exercise + more food + late nights = risky travels

Taking fraud protection to the next level
Deep learning technology could save billions

Travel smart with TravelSmart
App updates from Allianz and Chubb

Insurance 2018: The tech turning point
The year ahead

Slumming it
Growing numbers of travellers are adding some of the world’s most deprived urban areas to their holiday bucket lists

James Page
Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer, AIG Travel

ITIJ issue 203 - December 2017

Contents include:

If it ain’t broke ...
The UK Financial Conduct Authority assesses whether insurance brokers are benefi ting from competition

Lack of trust in duty of care
Survey finds some employers lagging behind in their obligations

California wildfires costliest on record
Aon Benfield finds that payouts for recent fires will cost billions

A work of DataArt
New partnership between tech and hospitality consultancies

Preparation is key to success
The Health Insurance Group asks if employers are doing enough to protect their travelling and overseas staff from the threat of terrorism

Caring for the road warriors
Transit time is challenging for business travellers, according to the GBTA Foundation

ITIJ issue 202 - November 2017

Contents include:

Protecting your biggest asset
Tom Wilkinson, CEO of AXA Global Healthcare, urges global businesses to protect their investment in international assignees

Aussies unlucky abroad
Six million Australians have experienced travel mishaps while overseas, writes Richard Laycock from Finder

K+R = $+£
Business travellers are increasingly exposed to the risk of kidnap and ransom, cyber extortion and express kidnap; how has the market responded to demand for cover?

Instant gratifcation
With tech-hungry millennials now coming of age and travelling independently, app offerings from travel insurance and assistance providers have become essential rather than just ‘nice to have’

Aviva
An in-depth look at the company’s history and future

Doing one’s duty
Bart Jordens, Cigna’s general manager for intergovernmental organisations and Africa, asks whether employers are covering their duty of care requirements to their globally mobile employees

ITIJ issue 201 - October 2017

Contents include:

Gap year travellers urged to getinsurance
New public information campaign from CEGA

Claims firms target tourists
ABTA issues fraud warning

The cost-benefit ratio
Guest op-ed from Traveller Assist

Risk factors
Geopolitical deterioration analysed

Izzy wizzy, let’s get fizzy
AXA embraces blockchain technology

Antibiotic resistance: a global emergency
A major public health issue, says WHO

ITIJ issue 200 - September 2017

Contents include:

Spain hit by two terrorist attacks
Terror strikes Europe again

Techyes
Holiday technology habits

Enter the matrix
Guest op-ed from Capgemini Financial Services

Holiday illness claims: the fightback begins
Guest op-ed from Clyde & Co

Kiwi wellness
Employee illness an issue in NZ

Fantastic beasts and which hotel to stay in
Expedia caters to monster hunters

ITIJ issue 199 - August 2017

Contents include:

Americans invest in travelprotection
US travellers’ insurance spend increasing

Cancellation top cruise claim
New figures released by InterMundial Seguros

Zooming to the rescue
New player enters Australian marketplace

Measures against measles
World Health Organization reports on European outbreaks

Floods and storms drive up costs
Particularly high impact for US and China

Aetna publishes diabetes analysis
Tackling one of the biggest global health issues

ITIJ issue 198 - July 2017

Contents include:

Bleisure – the new duty of careheadache
GBTA Foundation releases study results

Short breakers less likely to buy cover
Consumer Intelligence surveys British holidaymakers

US healthcare under Trump
How might things play out?

Eye on the Middle East
Ratings and regulation

The growth of luxury travel
Segment likely to expand throughout the year

Voyager offers new terrorism disruption cover
UK provider replaces WEBroker product

ITIJ issue 197 - June 2017

Contents include:

Gaps in cover for trip cancellation
US policies analysed

Comparison sites must evolve
Aussies fall victim to fraud

Sweat the small stuff
Industry voice from Collinson Group

Avoiding the subject
UK brokers need to think about cyber insurance

Canada still popular on its 150th birthday
Many Canadians will holiday domestically this year

Multi-tasking mosquitoes
Yet more reasons to hate the pesky critters

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