ITIJ Industry Awards winners 2013

Travel insurance

This year’s International Travel & Health Insurance Journal (ITIJ) Awards were held at the InterContinental hotel in Vienna, Austria, on 7 November. The glittering awards ceremony - now in its 11th year - honours those companies that have made an outstanding contribution to the global travel and health insurance industry over the past year.

The winners are:

Insurer/Underwriter of the Year

Assistance/Claims Handler of the Year
CEGA Group

Intermediary of the Year
Columbus Direct

Air Ambulance of the Year
Tyrol Air Ambulance

Cost Containment Company of the Year

Hospital/Medical Provider of the Year
Broward Health International

Legal Services Provider of the Year
Blake Lapthorn Solicitors

ITIJ Marketing Campaign of the Year

Ian Cameron, ITIJ’s editor in chief, said of the awards: “It was a fantastic evening, starting with a performance from the Vienna Boys’ Choir and concluding with the presentation of the ITIJ Awards. I would like to say congratulations to all the winners on the night, but also all those companies who were nominated as finalists as well. The competition was fierce this year, and goes to show how important these awards are to everyone in the global travel and health insurance industries.”

Whether you are an insurer, claims handler, air ambulance operator, or international private medical insurance provider, receiving an award from the industry's most-respected journal represents affirmation that your peers value the contribution you make to the industry.


About ITIJ

The International Travel & Health Insurance Journal (ITIJ) was launched in November 1999 following the growing global success of the annual International Travel & Health Insurance Conference (ITIC). It is produced by a team dedicated to offering a monthly magazine that keeps the travel insurance industry up to date with all the latest news, views and analysis of the hottest topics. The Journal contains a careful balance of headline news, views, independent articles from our in-house team, worldwide correspondents and industry professionals.

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