ITIJ’s June issue and our latest Cost Containment Review are out now!
Top industry-specific travel insurance trends and analysis from around the globe, plus the latest international headlines on issues directly affecting the industry.
Travellers should consider extending their travel insurance coverage if they are heading anywhere near the Atlantic this year, warns the US Travel Insurance Association (UStiA), as the 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season is now upon us.
This year’s Asia Pacific-focused International Travel & Health Insurance Conference (ITIC) is in the stunning city of Hong Kong, where the great and good of this global industry will gather on 17-19 June to inform, educate, and debate market developments.
ITIJ is excited to announce the launch of the 2019 ITIJ Awards.
The Travel Health Insurance Association (THiA) in Canada has created an online training resource accessible to travel insurance professionals and those interested in joining the industry, which will allow individuals to obtain industry-specific knowledge.
According to new research from ABTA, a notable proportion of British holidaymakers may travel uninsured when they head off overseas for their summer holiday this year.
A survey conducted by MoneySuperMarket suggests that Brits are less likely to take out travel insurance for ‘staycations’ or trips to Europe than for long-haul travel.
Comparetravelinsurance.com.au believes the travel insurance market has made great strides in reducing stigma attached to mental illness and advises travellers to always declare their pre-existing medical conditions, including mental illnesses.
The days of customers gritting their teeth and staying with a provider whose service they consider to be substandard are effectively behind us.
ITIJ provides a run-down of some of the highlights of last week's ITIC UK in Southampton.