We’re always on the look-out for new partners to provide distribution access to their customer or member bases.
Why partner with us?
Our partnerships programme enables partners to offer innovative insurance alongside their existing products and services, deepening customer engagement, increasing retention and opening up new markets and revenue streams.
We already work with a variety of partners including accelerators and incubators, private equity and venture capital firms, business and professional networks, co-working spaces, media and publishing companies, price comparison sites, as well as members of the accountancy and legal profession.
If you’re interested in becoming a partner, then please call our partnerships team on 0333 772 0759 or email us at email@example.com
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