Five Minutes With...Andrew Moon, Ansvar
Ansvar CEO Andrew Moon talks about travelling around the world, developing –not cannibalising – the industry, and arranging cover for fireworks with a difference.
How much does it cost to run your car?
An insurance company has unveiled a costs calculator, which has determined the cheapest and most expensive cars to run.
Far Out Friday: What your mobile says about you
Are you eagerly awaiting the release of the latest iPhone or stubbornly holding on to your vintage Sony Ericsson? You may do a lot of talking on your mobile but guess what, it’s been talking about you.
STANDING IN THEIR SHOES
Making sure you understand a potential client’s world view is often the best way to effectively influence them, argues Roger Ellerton.
Five Mins With…John Van De Poll, Holman Webb Lawyers
John Van De Poll quips about looking like George Clooney and why the army turned him down, and discusses how to sell the "sexy" insurance industry to the public.
Opinion: Big data demands brokers go back to basics
Classic, old-school broking skills will become more important than ever as the industry embraces the age of big data.
KEEPING ON TREND
Peter Harmer, CEO of CGU, speaks toInsurance Business about the state of play of the insurance industry, and what insurance brokers can do to capitalise on current insurance trends.
HOW TO DEVELOP A SIMPLE SOCIAL MEDIA PLAN
You might be daunted by the prospect of getting social media right for your brokerage. Muhammad Yasin presents a simple guide to get you on your way.
THE KEY ELEMENTS
By combining bravery and ambition with a measurable and strategic approach to business planning, this year can be your most successful to date. Elixir Consulting managing director Sue Viskovic explains all.
Brokers Are Not the Only Option
A man touted as a future leader of Australia, finance minister Bill Shorten sits down with Insurance Business to discuss the role of brokers, how they can raise their awareness and the importance of remembering that brokers are not consumers’ only choice.