On World Malaria Day Healix International has highlighted the importance of employers taking preventative measures for employees travelling to high-risk zones.
Sequoia Capital India has selected Indonesia-based insurtech Qoala as one of the startups that will take part in its 16-week ‘Surge’ programme.
DataArt has announced that it is partnering with GroundScope to deliver a new iOS version of a car booking app that enables travelling employees to manage their journey.
Kuwait has increased healthcare fees for expatriates for the second time since 2017.
According to the country’s health ministry, this is to reduce congestion at public hospitals and enable government-run clinics to accept more patients.
By partnering with Montreal-based artificial intelligence and software firm Element AI, Canadian property and casualty insurer Gore Mutual is to adopt the Element AI Underwriting Partner software product into its underwriting practice.
Insurance company Chubb has revealed that it has developed an extended range of new e-learning modules which will soon be available on its Chubb Travel Smart platform – an app that helps business travellers manage and mitigate risks while travelling for work.
Members of Altrua HealthShare – a ‘faith-based healthcare sharing organisation’ – now have access to Regenexx procedures, advanced non-surgical, regenerative treatments for common joint injuries and degenerative conditions such as osteoarthritis.
ITIC UK is on the horizon, as is the much-anticipated outcome of Brexit, but with the original deadline for the UK leaving the European Union having passed, we as an industry will do some damage assessment.
On Friday 19 April, 2019, British aid worker Faye Mooney was killed when gunmen stormed a vacation resort in Kaduna State, Nigeria, where she was visiting on holiday. During the attack on the Kaijuru Castle resort, a local man was killed and three others were kidnapped.