The agreement between the two companies aims to accelerate digitisation and innovation in the travel sector, where online platforms are becoming all-the-more popular and users are demanding integrated digital experiences.
Yolo has placed an increased focus lately on low-cost travel insurance products, with different policies on offer for families, groups, individuals, students, groups and others. Furthermore, Yolo is offering personalisation of cover, allowing travellers to select whether or not they wish to purchase insurance for cancelled or delayed flights, two-week cover or annual.
Luis Dominguez, Head of Yolo in Spain, commented: “At the moment, the acceleration of digitisation is even more important for the insurance sector. We will continue to add collaborations with world-class companies such as InterMundial.”
Jorge García, Commercial Director at InterMundial, said: “Now, more than ever, it is important to be prepared and well positioned for the end of this health crisis. Short-stay trips will be the first to recover as soon as the current situation is overcome and, progressively, it will normalise until travel reaches a reasonable level.”