Date posted: Mar 16, 2017
“We have a client who collects rulers, they are almost becoming redundant in this world,” says Artinsure managing director Gordon Massie.
Date posted: Mar 13, 2017
Change is “the new normal” in the insurance broking world, said Pierre Geyer, joint MD of Hollard Broker Markets, in a recent interview with industry magazine Cover.
Date posted: Mar 10, 2017
Watch this week’s episode of The Insurance Apprentice to find out whether Hollard’s Lisa Foster made it to the final task of this reality show-style competition.
We’ve barely recovered from hairy, prickly upper-lipped men showing their support for Movember (some Mo’s persisted well into the new year), only to find that a few thousand men will be running the streets of Jozi, the Mother City, Durban and Mbombela in the Hollard Daredevil Run, wearing nothing more than purple speedos and their pride.
The Hollard-sponsored episode of this year’s The Insurance Apprentice competition is the most exciting yet. You’ll have to watch it to find out whether Hollard’s Lisa Foster and her team, Movers and Shakers, won this round.
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It’s ironic that the Daredevil Run, which raises awareness of, and money to fight, male cancers, should have its genesis in Nick Levesley’s fascination for balls.
But we’re not talking testicles (not yet, anyway.)
Hollard business development manager Lisa Foster will have to work out how to foster the sharing economy to survive this week’s round of The Insurance Apprentice. To find out how well she does, watch the fifth episode, which will be released on YouTube on Friday.
Date posted: Feb 24, 2017
Hollardite Lisa Foster remains in the running for the big prize in this year’s The Insurance Apprentice.
Date posted: Feb 22, 2017
Hollard Marine has a large energetic team that works daily to ensure the lives of those whose cargo they insure run as smoothly as possible, says Cynthia Nanthalall, head of the Marine Centre of Excellence (CoE).
Nanthalall takes the helm from Frank Ponnen, who headed the CoE for nine years before officially retiring this month.