Mark Harrop Business Development Manager

Jan 26
2018

Aquarium welcomes new entrants, as travel insurance market takes off in 2018

With 2018 predicted to be a landmark year for travel insurance, technology specialist Aquarium Software has welcomed the entry of new players into the sector including EasyJet, and strong further investment into the market from Admiral. These companies and their deepening commitment to travel can be seen as further proof the N...

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Jan 23
2018

‘Snow joke’ when travel plans are a whiteout

Travel insurance software specialist Aquarium Software says the experience of thousands of British holidaymakers returning from France on New Year’s Eve, should prompt us to check our travel insurance to be sure we have the right cover for such eventualities. Severe winter weather saw 27-hour journeys that should have taken ni...

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Jan 18
2018

Plane to see that travel insurance needs prioritising in 2018

While just over half of Brits in a YouGov survey commissioned by Aquarium Software say their travel plans are always covered by insurance, damning new figures from the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) suggest only two percent of us prioritise travel insurance when planning the great British getaway. The FOC survey also...

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Jan 15
2018

Massive pawtential for pet insurance in 2018

The Pet Insurance industry has the opportunity to tap into a market where 42 percent of pet parents have never had cover. That’s the view of Aquarium Software, as its latest YouGov findings reveal scope to grow the sector in 2018, if the industry can woo what amounts to a lost two fifths of the market. The figures show a fifth...

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Jan 12
2018

e-commerce boom signals massive insurance opportunity in South America

Recent research shows that Latin America is experiencing a burgeoning e-commerce market - increasing at an average of 30 percent annually – and subsequently transforming the B2B sectors, predominately air travel. However, the travel insurance market is minuscule in comparison, with an estimated paltry 10 percent of travellers ...

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