Digital Insurance Newswire
We are pleased to announce the launch of our new news service, “Digital Insurance Newswire”. Newswire forms the third core content pillar of our news service and brings together digital insurance related content in one place from around the globe. This will become the most convenient global source on news on digital insurance, providing access to third party news on digital insurance and aggregating all existing content from The Digital Insurer.
We have developed Newswire to allow people to quickly and easily find all the latest news on digital insurance. We will be posting new articles on Newswire daily and we are welcoming submissions from our subscribers of relevant articles to be posted on the Newswire.
“We aim to make the Newswire service the leading site for news on digital insurance around the world” said CEO and Founder Hugh Terry. He added, “with the Newswire service we are now in a position to be able to engage our community of professionals and ask them to share the news on digital insurance in their countries. We are also starting to build up a correspondent network that will help to accelerate the transfer of knowledge that is key to the transformation of the insurance industry.”
The Digital Insurer Global Correspondent Network:
The Digital Insurer is also developing a global correspondent network to report and comment on global digital insurance news. For further information on the correspondent network or to apply for a role, please click here.
How can you use Newswire to get your news to our community?
Simply submit your digital insurance news to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our editorial team will share those that meet our broad editorial guideline of engaging, entertaining and relevant content to our readers.
The Newswire is open to individuals, insurance companies, technology companies, media companies as well as our correspondents. We attribute all links to original sources as well as crediting the person submitting the link. Individuals who wish to submit posts need to be registered subscribers whereas companies can apply for their own accounts – both options are available at no cost