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Many insurers report no changes to their plans, with some reshaping and a few accelerating, but very few pausing or retrenching.
J.D. Power's Tom Super joins the show to talk about where gains are going in auto insurance while COVID-19 rages.
Forrester analyst Ellen Carney joins the show to discuss how insurance companies are likely to spend their digital and technology budgets in the wake of COVID-19, in order to adapt to the current situation and beyond.
With insurers rapidly deploying digital capabilities in order to service socially distancing customers, Jamie Yoder of Snapsheet thinks these habits could stick and become status quo going forward.
Rick McCathron, chief insurance officer of the digital home insurance carrier Hippo, talks rapidly ramping up work-at-home and virtualizing home inspections as the coronavirus fallout spread.
Believe it or not, there was a time before coronavirus, and some insurtechs were able to land more cash.
Learn how data informed Allstate's decision to rebate auto insurance customers as COVID-19 kept cars off the road.
DI editor Nathan Golia and Celent's Karlyn Carnahan discuss her report, Covid-19: Three scenarios for insurers
Coronavirus has exposed that risk is ever-present and the traditional inequities in insurance levels for women should be addressed.May 20Founder and CEOCitytwig
(Bloomberg) -- Nearly half of Americans say they would not get in a self-driving taxi, according to a poll commissioned by the advocacy group Partners for Automated Vehicle Education. The poll, conducted online in February and March by SurveyUSA, found widespread skepticism and confusion about autonomous vehicles. Of the 1,200 adults surveyed, 48% said they would “never get in a taxi or ride-share vehicle that was being driven autonomously,” while 21% said they were unsure about it. A fifth of respondents said that AVs would never be safe, and another fifth stated incorrectly that it is possible “to own a completely driverless vehicle today.”May 19
Insurance policies typically sold through face-to-face channels require intense advice and demand creation. Insurers must take steps now to adapt to the new landscape.May 19senior partnerSimon-Kucher & Partners
Many insurers report no changes to their plans, with some reshaping and a few accelerating, but very few pausing or retrenching.May 18PartnerStrategy Meets Action
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