UK-based specialist industries software developer Aquarium Software has asserted that tourists need to use technology more during winter peak times to help make travel insurance policies cheaper.
A partnership between a taxonomy expert at Lincoln University in the US and two US senior food safety researchers has led to the development of a new device that could help control disease outbreaks.
New research has found that more than 30 per cent of consumers in the UK would happily purchase insurance from tech giants such as Google, Amazon and Facebook, abandoning traditional insurers.
The Dubai Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) has announced a new blockchain enabled marketplace that will connect potential buyers directly to hotels and tour operators.
Generali Group has announced the sale of its Belgian operations to Athora Holding Ltd.
Brazil’s Ministry of Health has advised the populations of São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Bahia to ensure that they are vaccinated against yellow fever.
China has announced that it will be allowing visa-free travel to the island of Hainan for 30 days in a push to open up tourism in the area.
ITIJ spoke to Gary Sommerford of Laurus Consulting and Phil Peart of MJM Corporate Risk Services about fraudulent claims trends they are seeing undertaken during their claims investigations in different areas of the world.
Euroins Insurance Group has announced that it is to acquire the Ukrainian travel insurance business of Ergo.