Good news – more US travellers are buying travel insurance coverage for their trips in 2019 than in 2018.
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.
The New Zealand Government introduced its Climate Change Response (Zero Carbon) Amendment Bill to parliament on 7 May, which will see climate change adaptation actions being implemented, and the Insurance Council of New Zealand (ICNZ) has expressed its support for the new bill.
A new patient safety programme for hospitals, PRIME, has been launched in India by Becton, Dickinson and Company (BD). It was developed by Joint Commission International (JCI) for Patient Safety, with sponsorship by BD.
Lloyd’s Lab, an insurance technology innovation hub within Lloyds of London, has revealed the second cohort of insurtechs to be selected for its 10-week programme.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued health tips to help keep travellers safe and well during their time away.
A new partnership between Greater Anglia and Thomas Cook Money will enable customers to ‘conveniently and seamlessly’ purchase travel insurance ahead of their travel.
A new study from startup Culture Trip offers some interesting insights into the changing mindsets of contemporary travellers, suggesting that their decisions are being driven by a new ‘culture economy'.
At least 41 people have died after a Russian passenger plane caught fire.