Entrepreneur and world traveller Matthew Coe has launched a new website that makes it easy for visitors to compare backpackers’ travel insurance online, allowing users to identify the most affordable and suitable options for their trip.
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Enaya Insurance has partnered with Kuwait-based Gulf Bank to launch TravelSmart, a new worldwide family travel insurance policy that has been designed for Gulf Bank customers
Virgin Money, one of the many offshoots of Richard Branson's multi-billion pound Virgin business venture, has recently launched a new range of travel insurance policies that, the company says, "pack in more as standard"
Chartis Inc., a property casualty and general insurer based in the US that is the re-branded business operations of American International Group (AIG), has announced that all of its worldwide travel businesses are to operate under the brand name Travel Guard, and named Jeffery Rutledge as chairman and CEO of Travel Guard Worldwide Inc
International business travellers have been given access to the world's first electronic 'guardian angel', thanks to Nomadz, a new Blackberry application developed by Zurich Financial Services Group, as part of the Zurich HelpPoint service
Australian online travel insurance provider Travel Insurance Direct has introduced free mp3 language guides to help Australian holidaymakers have a better holiday when they travel overseas.
Healix International has introduced its new Travel Oracle website, which provides business managers with a tool for managing their employees travel activities.
Tinytotsaway has launched a new travel insurance policy specifically designed to cater for families holidaying abroad with young children. The annual, multi-trip policy features two levels of cover (standard or premium) for European and worldwide destinations and covers children for free, including no excesses on children's illness or injury claims.
Following in the footsteps of several other travel insurance providers, Access America has announced changes to its Cancel Anytime policy, raising reimbursement for trip cancellation due to job loss from 80 per cent to 100 per cent of the cost of the trip.