Latest News

Diversity in Engineering with the Backing of Insurance

24/11/20 General

Women and black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) employees are vastly under-represented in engineering sector careers, with a distinct lack of diversity noted by a recent article.[1] Of the165,000 students studying engineering in the UK, only 16% are women.  Despite employees from BAME backgrounds comprising 12% of the UK’s workforce, only 8% of engineers or […]

Read More

Maximising Loss Recovery Potential is a Strong Business Proposition

17/11/20 General

Commercial insurance claims have long had the potential to be protracted and complex, whatever their cause, but with large losses involving business interruption claims, the picture can be more complicated still. Businesses suffering a fire, flood or other disaster-related incident may not have the time, knowledge or expertise to negotiate their own claim. Emotions and […]

Read More

The right travel insurance is a focus for Business Travellers’ needs

03/11/20 General

The Foreign & Commonwealth Office’s unexpected reintroduction of advice to avoid all but essential international travel to Spain in July 2020 served as an early warning of the uncertainties that travellers face when arranging international travel in a time of Covid-19. Also, a forward-looking eye towards Brexit and the differing needs of countries the UK […]

Read More

Covid-19 and Hospitality: Could Technology be a Foe as well as a Friend?

27/10/20 General

Track and Trace data collection as a norm, deep cleansing schedules embedded within room changeover routines, tables spread far apart and no service from the bar. These are all the norm for a ‘new’ hospitality sector now bereft of its ketchup bottles, menus and table talkers and having to rapidly turn to technological sources to […]

Read More