Travel booking platform GetYourGuide, which aims to help customers find unique, personalised holiday experiences, has announced the completion of a major Series-E investment round worth US$484 million.
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Travel technology company Amadeus has announced new deals with its existing partners, Travix and Heycars, which sees the company strengthening these existing relationships through new customer offerings.
Allianz Global Assistance has introduced pre-trip reminders for its customers, to ensure that they are aware of what is and isn't covered by their insurance.
A new partnership between Collinson and Australian-owned global healthcare provider Aspen Medical sees the global travel assistance company enhance its medical assistance capability – even expanding its reach of services to customers in locations where medical infrastructure is lacking.
Generali UK has announced the launch of a set of new personal accident and multinational solutions, to augment the Business Travel Plan that it introduced last year.
A new partnership between Greater Anglia and Thomas Cook Money will enable customers to ‘conveniently and seamlessly’ purchase travel insurance ahead of their travel.
Arch Insurance UK has announced the launch of a new cyber insurance product specifically tailored to the requirements of small and medium-sized enterprises.
International travel insurance provider Voyager Insurance will now offer high-risk insurance cover to travellers planning trips to Sri Lanka, as well as other areas where the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) advises against ‘all travel’ or ‘all but essential travel’.
AI technology firm ABBYY has announced the launch of a new mobile capture software development kit (SDK) that enables end-to-end point-and-capture mobile experience, which removes the need for manual data entry and improves customer experience for businesses across FS, insurance, logistics, healthcare and more.
Sequoia Capital India has selected Indonesia-based insurtech Qoala as one of the startups that will take part in its 16-week ‘Surge’ programme.