Alfie Usher is an ex-para who served in Afghanistan twice, and is recently the founder of fintech startup Forces Compare.
Insurance companies dominate the City of London skyline, but what do they have in common? For starters, they share a culture of female-targeted sexual harassment – and Lloyd’s of London isn’t the only major firm playing host.
If you run a business, what first comes to mind when making your list of must-have insurances?
The exponential growth of cost comparison sites has completely transformed the insurance sector over the past decade, making it easy for consumers to switch to the provider offering the best product at the lowest cost.
If your SME is unprepared when political or natural disaster strikes, the results could damage the health of your business, your employer reputation and even the lives of your employees.
Real Business hears from a pair of legal experts about what SMEs can do to insure their fleets effectively.
Despite a growing awareness of cyber risks amongst businesses, a lack of knowledge about which bespoke protections are increasingly available to SMEs is threatening reputations and, ultimately, profit margins.
You’re a small company employer. They’re the big corporate boss. They shouldn’t get away with their bullying behaviour, but what can you do?
Real Business sat down with Chris Sharpe, CEO and co-founder at new socially conscious insurance app Kinsu, to discuss ethical standards amongst tech startups and helping customers by getting rid of bullsh*t insurance jargon.
A group of entrepreneurs in Camden have launched a new comparison website to target the health insurance industry in the UK.
The evidence is clear, hacking can result in serious financial damage to a business. However, high-profile hacking episodes are not being heeded by SMEs.
Where the insurance sector is concerned, it is safe to assume that, for consumers looking for a new insurance policy, websites are the first port of call, whether on a pc, laptop or smartphone, regardless of the device they eventually purchase from.