In the April issue of ITIJ, we delve into the growing world of microinsurance, looking at how technology and dramatic shifts in how consumers want to access insurance are leading to the increased availability of small, inexpensive, digital cover options for people on the go.
We have thought-leadership pieces on how travel insurers can differentiate themselves throughout the customer journey, how travel booking engines can use early customer engagement to increase their bottom line, and why analysis of social media is important in mitigating losses around disease outbreaks. Plus, we get the latest on insurtech matters, new cruise insurance products and gender diversity in insurance.
With this issue, we are pleased to include our latest Assistance & Repatriation Review in which we look at the complexities involved in agreeing on the right time to repatriate, we learn about the processes and challenges involved in organising international funeral repatriations, and we get to grips with ground ambulance issues. We also have fascinating insights on remote retrievals, assistance for ‘permanxiety’, and overcoming language and cultural barriers in China.