Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach®, Partners with SIGNATURE BRIDE

Lynnette Khalfani-Cox

Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach

The world-renowned financial advisor will educate engaged couples and newlyweds on the power of money

SIGNATURE BRIDE offers Black brides and grooms a platform that not only gets them down the aisle but helps them build a solid foundation for the marriage to grow and thrive.”

— Lynnette Khalfani-Cox

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, USA, April 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — SIGNATURE BRIDE, the only luxury bridal lifestyle brand for affluent Black couples, announces a new partnership with personal finance expert, television and radio personality, and New York Times best-selling author, Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach®.

Khalfani-Cox will work closely with the SIGNATURE BRIDE team to develop content and marketing opportunities. To include but not limited to, events, videos, and custom publishing. Under its Financial Communication channel aimed at helping affluent Black couples as they embark on the road to financial health and build a solid foundation for their marriage.

"We're excited to have Lynnette join the SIGNATURE BRIDE family," said Lynn Cooper, Chief Marketing Officer. "Lynnette's extraordinary ability to provide useful guidance through the world of finance will be an excellent resource for our millions of readers."

An award-winning financial news journalist and former Wall Street Journal reporter for CNBC, Khalfani-Cox is the CEO and co-founder of TheMoneyCoach.net. A financial education company that specializes in providing money-management information through a variety of delivery methods, including traditional book publishing, e-books, and digital content, videos, workshops and seminars, coaching, as well as spokesperson and media services. Khalfani-Cox co-founded—and runs—the company alongside her husband, literary agent Earl Cox, a former publishing executive who now serves as President of TheMoneyCoach.net.

"I am excited to join the SIGNATURE BRIDE team and work with both the staff and brides and grooms to educate them about personal finance and how they can successfully set the tone for a lifetime of wedded financial bliss," said Khalfani-Cox. "SIGNATURE BRIDE offers Black brides and grooms a platform that not only gets them down the aisle but helps them build a solid foundation for the marriage to grow and thrive. I also love being able to help support couples, since money matters play a huge role in the overall health of a relationship."

THE SIGNATURE BRIDE BRAND
As the flagship publication of FusionMedia Properties, SIGNATURE BRIDE has established itself as a global authority on luxury weddings and lifestyle, attracting sophisticated, discerning, and affluent couples of color worldwide as they plan one of the most important events of their lives. Not only used as an invaluable source of insight, articles, and opinion, SIGNATURE BRIDE is increasingly used by its readers as a gateway to direct purchasing of luxury goods, services, and experiences. Managed and curated by an experienced team of veteran media professionals and digital creatives for the trendsetting Black elite. SIGNATURE BRIDE delivers informative and compelling editorial, stunning photography, fresh perspectives, and insights, covering the spectrum of the luxury lifestyle, including fashion, beauty, jewelry, travel, financial, wine and spirits through print, digital, social media and events.

ABOUT LYNNETTE KHALFANI-COX
Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, aka The Money Coach®, is a personal finance expert, speaker, and author of 15 money-management books, including the New York Times bestseller Zero Debt: The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom. Khalfani-Cox has been seen on more than 1,000 TV segments nationwide, including television appearances on Oprah, Dr. Phil, The Dr. Oz Show, The Steve Harvey Show, Good Morning America, The TODAY Show and many more. A former financial news journalist, Khalfani-Cox now co-owns TheMoneyCoach.net LLC, a financial education company that she runs with her husband, Earl Cox. Together, they offer financial education consulting services, as well as online courses and virtual workshops through their financial advice site, AskTheMoneyCoach.com, and their video-based coaching platform, MoneyCoachUniversity.com. Khalfani-Cox also creates an online financial education curriculum and content and provides strategic counsel to companies, non-profits, government agencies, or educational institutions that want to launch financial products, services, apps, or other tools. Before starting TheMoneyCoach.net in 2003, Lynnette was a Wall Street Journal reporter for CNBC, where she covered business and personal finance news. She spent nearly ten years at Dow Jones & Co. Inc., working as a reporter, bureau chief, deputy managing editor, and personal finance editor. Prior to her work at Dow Jones, she was a correspondent for The Philadelphia Inquirer, a writer and assistant producer for WTXF (FOX-TV) in Philadelphia, and a writer for the Associated Press in Los Angeles.

ABOUT FUSIONMEDIA PROPERTIES
FusionMedia Properties is a multicultural media company serving the sophisticated ethnic markets, with emphasis on the women, bridal, and lifestyle categories. The core audience is comprised of sophisticated, leading-edge consumers, ages 21-42. These are the innovators and trendsetters who have not only influenced popular culture but have helped further define it. With enormous purchasing power, they have increasing influence over the attitudes, style, and purchase behavior of an extremely lucrative and growing merchandise market.

Debra Kronowitz
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Humn.ai Chosen as a 2020 Red Herring Top 100 Europe Winner

Red Herring judging panel has announced its Top 100 Europe winners, recognizing Europe’s leading private companies.

In 2020, selecting the top achievers was by no means a small feat. We believe Humn.ai embodies the vision, drive and innovation that define a successful entrepreneurial venture.”

— Alex Vieux, publisher and CEO of Red Herring

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, April 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — After much consideration, the Red Herring judging panel has announced its Top 100 Europe winners this evening, recognizing Europe’s leading private companies and celebrating these startups’ innovations and technologies across their respective industries.

Red Herring Top 100 Europe enlists outstanding entrepreneurs and promising companies. It selects the award winners from approximately 1,200 privately financed companies each year in the European Region. Since 1996, Red Herring has kept tabs on these up-and-comers. Red Herring’s Top 100 list has become a mark of distinction for identifying promising new companies and entrepreneurs. Red Herring’s editors were among the first to recognize that companies such as Alibaba, Facebook, Google, SalesForce.com, Skype, SuperCell, Spotify, Twitter, and YouTube would change the way we live and work. Thousands of the most interesting and innovative companies have graced the Top 100 list over the years.

“In 2020, selecting the top achievers was by no means a small feat,” said Alex Vieux, publisher and CEO of Red Herring. “In fact, we had the toughest time in years because so many entrepreneurs had crossed significant milestones so early in the European tech ecosystem. But after much thought, rigorous contemplation and discussion, we narrowed our list down from hundreds of candidates from across Europe to the Top 100 Winners. We believe Humn.ai embodies the vision, drive and innovation that define a successful entrepreneurial venture. Humn.ai should be proud of its accomplishment, as the competition was very strong.”

“We are justifiably proud to be recognized by Red Herring and join the illustrious list of previous winners” said Mark Musson Founder and CEO of Humn.ai. “This underlines our position as a Deep Tech MGA and puts us head and shoulders above the Insurtech crowd. We believe in the power of data and machine learning. Our mission is simple yet keeps driving us forward: We put data to work towards a safer world for all road users. Our Shared Value model means that our customers work with us to reduce risk and pay less for insurance and together we make roads safer for society. We cannot do this without a stellar team and our amazing investors, led by the Insurtech Gateway.”

“When investing we look for great founders with transformational, scalable ideas, in large markets. Humn.ai delivers on all these criteria, with 15 years of acquired skills in building technology solutions for investment banks capable of processing billions of bits of streaming data instantaneously.

They have applied their deep knowledge to the fleet motor market, which is entrenched in legacy practices and is seldom profitable for underwriters; Humn.ai turns the underwriting model on its head, allowing risk to be priced on the actual risk and driving behaviour, rather than a simplistic ‘rear view mirror’ approach of historical burning costs.” said Richard Chattock, CEO at Insurtech Gateway. “The Humn.ai technology proposition to fleet operators is equally compelling, reducing their own retained risk and operating costs as well as premium savings. As shared ownership and usage, and eventually autonomous vehicles, become ubiquitous, the fleet motor space will be one area of the motor market to still be growing.”

Red Herring’s editorial staff evaluated the companies on both quantitative and qualitative criteria, such as financial performance, technological innovation, management quality, overall business strategy and market penetration. This assessment was complemented by a review of the track records and standings of similar startups in the same verticals, allowing Red Herring to see past the “hype” and make the list a valuable instrument of discovery and advocacy for the most promising new business models in Europe.
Following Humn.ai’s well-deserved win, they are then invited to showcase their company to the US market at the Top 100 North America event and compete internationally for the Top 100 Global in October. Red Herring is dedicated to following Humn.ai’s path to further success and innovation.

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We Insure Franchise Reaches 100th Office Milestone With Ft. Lauderdale Opening; Ranked Among Nation’s Top Franchises

Co-owner of We Insure South Florida, Tyler Arrington

Co-owner of We Insure South Florida, Tyler Arrington

Co-owners of We Insure South Florida, Tyler Arrington and Mimi Stroud

Co-owner of We Insure South Florida, Mimi Stroud

The company’s customer service platform, variety of market availability and accessible product lines were the benefits that initially drew us to We Insure.”

— Co-owners of We Insure South Florida, Tyler Arrington and Mimi Stroud

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, US, April 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — We Insure, a national independent insurance franchisor, has hit a monumental milestone — the opening of its 100th franchise location in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. The company has been racking up the accolades for its tremendous growth and franchisee satisfaction. Inc 5000 recognized We Insure in 2018 and 2019 as one of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies, and independent research firm Franchise Business Review (FBR) included it as one of just 80 businesses in its 2019 Top Franchises for Veterans list. FBR also recognized the company as one of the Top 200 Best Franchises to Buy in 2020.

We Insure is on a fast track for national expansion, having recently extended its reach into Georgia Texas, and Mississippi. The franchise is receiving agency operator interest from those with captive insurance companies looking to give their customers more choice and real estate brokers who want to grow their service offerings with a recession-resistant ancillary business.

Co-owners of We Insure South Florida, Tyler Arrington and Mimi Stroud, chose We Insure for a variety of reasons. Arrington says, “The company’s customer service platform, variety of market availability and accessible product lines were the benefits that initially drew us to We Insure.” Stroud adds, "Getting a more in-depth look at how We Insure operates, the support and resources offered and the innovative technologies being used confirmed our decision.”

Phil Visali, CEO of We Insure, adds, “We’re excited about the caliber of our new franchise partners and their ability to attract new customers at opening. They tell us that our training sets them up to confidently start working with clients on day one. Our carrier access makes them very competitive in the marketplace.”

We Insure has partnerships with the top national carriers, and more than 100 total markets, to provide its customers with the ultimate experience of choice and lower rates. It has deeply invested in state-of-the-art support systems and IT infrastructure to provide agents with seamless servicing so they can focus on developing customer relationships.
Now accepting new customers, We Insure South Florida is focused on providing the highest quality customer service and the most competitive pricing in the tri-county area. Using an expansive variety of property carriers, they are dedicated to finding the best value for those who entrust them with their insurance needs. Both Tyler and Mimi are Ft. Lauderdale natives with nearly 20 years of combined insurance experience and both are licensed in property and casualty insurance, life and health insurance.

Tyler Arrington and Mimi Stroud
Co-owners of We Insure South Florida
(954) 400-0820
Tyler.Arrington@weinsuregroup.com
weinsuresouthflorida.com

2500 N. Federal Highway, Suite 200
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33305

About We Insure
We Insure, Inc. is a national insurance company that’s disrupting the industry with an innovative business model focused on customer experience and exceptional agent support. We Insure offers unprecedented access to carriers and complete operational, IT, service and marketing support to its franchise owners in the U.S. The company is expanding rapidly with 100 retail locations and over $185 million in annual sales. For more information about franchise opportunities visit weinsurefranchise.com, or for general information visit weinsuregroup.com.

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We Insure Awards Avianca Manning an Academic and Community Scholarship

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As a single mother, there are plenty of odds against me, but obtaining this degree fulfills me in so many different ways and prepares me for my goal of becoming an agency owner for We Insure.”

— Avianca

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, US, April 6, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — We Insure has selected the winner of its 2020 We Insure Scholarship. Each year, We Insure recognizes one of its employees, agency owners or dependents for demonstrating remarkable academic achievement or community service. This year, Avianca Manning was awarded the $1,000 scholarship.

Avianca, Corporate Producer at We Insure’s National Sales Center office in Florida, is pursuing a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Ashford University, with a concentration in business and organization management. She is a single mother of two young children, one of whom has autism spectrum disorder, which has led her to become an advocate and team leader for Autism Speaks. She aspires to become a We Insure franchise partner.

“As a single mother, there are plenty of odds against me, but obtaining this degree fulfills me in so many different ways and prepares me for my goal of becoming an agency owner for We Insure,” says Avianca.

The We Insure Scholarship is an investment in the future development and well-being of employees, agent families and the community. Our company's commitment to customers and the community extends beyond the insurance world. We Insure’s executive team, management and staff are active citizens in the communities we serve. We Insure is committed to rewarding those dedicated to achieving greatness and who show a commitment to their education and community.

About We Insure
We Insure, Inc. is a national insurance company that’s disrupting the industry with an innovative business model focused on customer experience and exceptional agent support. We Insure offers unprecedented access to carriers and completely operational, IT, service and marketing support to its franchise owners in the U.S. We Insure is expanding rapidly with more than 100 retail locations and over $185 million in annual sales. For more information about franchise opportunities visit weinsurefranchise.com or for general information, visit weinsuregroup.com.

Katie Curvel
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Cyber Special Ops, LLC Founder and Managing Director Kurtis Suhs on how they work hand in hand with your insurance

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Kurtis Suhs, Founder and Managing Director, Cyber Special Ops LLC

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In a CEOCFO Magazine interview, Cyber Special Ops, LLC Founder, Managing Dir Kurtis Suhs discusses how they are Providing a new Delivery Model for Cyber Support

Whether you have cyber insurance or not, we help clients maximize a financial recovery from a cyber incident by evaluating their entire property, casualty or personal lines insurance coverage.”

— Kurtis Suhs

ATLANTA, GEORGIA, US, April 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — CEOCFO Magazine, an independent business and investor publication that highlights important technologies and companies, today announced an interview (https://www.ceocfointerviews.com/cyberspecialops20.html) with Kurtis Suhs, Founder and Managing Director of Cyber Special Ops, LLC who, in explaining their mission, said, “The first question I ask an organization that doesn’t purchase cyber insurance is: when you have a cyber incident, who do you call? Even when they have cyber insurance, insureds still may not know whom to call. Therefore, I wanted to solve that problem, and, in doing so, help clients respond to a cyber incident with guaranteed same-day access and availability, whether you have cyber insurance or not.” Mr. Suhs continues “That is where I looked to concierge medicine and the model of availability, same-day appointments, and personalized care.”

As Mr. Suhs explained in the interview, "For a modest annual fee, an organization has access to a team of credentialed third-party experts, at pre-negotiated discounted rates, to minimize and respond to a cyber incident. Like concierge medicine where patients have health insurance, Concierge Cyber® works hand in hand with your insurance and our allegiance is to you and not your insurance company.” When asked why their service feature makes a difference Mr. Suhs responds, “We work directly with clients and their insurance brokers. We have packaged and bundled services to help the C-Suite manage cyber risk. For example, our bronze package provides 12 information security policy templates, two hours with an On-Call Chief Security Officer for a pre-incident consultation, a ransomware hostage manual and access to My-CERTTM (My Cyber Emergency Response Team).”

In his interview he points to the experience of their team and the value of having them on your side; “This global team is highly experienced and includes law firms, information security, identity/credit monitoring, call center and public relation companies. Whether you have cyber insurance or not, we help clients maximize a financial recovery from a cyber incident by evaluating their entire property, casualty or personal lines insurance coverage. For example, we had one client who lost an unencrypted laptop. The client had cyber insurance; however, the policy had an exclusion for loss from an unencrypted computer. We were able to identity a means of financial recovery in their property insurance.”

When asked what has changed in his approach over time Mr. Suhs responded, “I now communicate to organizations that they should operate with zero trust, an information security framework which states that organizations shouldn’t trust any entity inside or outside their perimeter at any time. While you can’t prevent a cyber incident, you can control the incident response by having the right team in place. Who do you call when you are sick? The answer isn’t your health insurance company. You call a first responder. Cyber Special Ops is your cyber first responder who will triage the cyber event and hand the matter to an experienced law firm who then may engage an information security firm under attorney client privilege. That can make a world of difference.”

Explaining their expansion into the UK Mr. Suhs told CEOCFO's Senior Editor Lynn Fosse, " We have a seasoned cyber risk consultant that I’ve worked with in the past in London and see an opportunity not only for U.S. placed business at Lloyds of London, what we call the reverse flow, but also Concierge Cyber® membership for U.K. organizations. We are unique and look to expand there for that opportunity. We have added two U.K. law firms that are very well-known in the data breach arena who will join our existing My-CERTTM panel of service providers.”

In discussing COVID-19, Mr. Suhs told CEOCFO, “I think the most common discussion with clients and their insurance brokers is business interruption coverage related to the pandemic… With respect to COVID-19, most organizations now understand that their insurance may not provide coverage for business interruption since the insured’s property didn’t sustain physical damage.” Emphasizing the need for Cyber Special Ops products and services in the current environment, “Sadly, cyber threats haven’t diminished, and organizations of all sizes are still getting hit with cyberattacks, particularly from ransomware.”

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Insurance Industry Survey Finds Hiring During COVID-19 but Human Resource Professionals Unsure of the Future Normal

Insurance Jobs

Insurance Jobs

The insurance industry has laid off very few workers due to COVID-19

The post COVID-19 insurance industry may have more remote jobs than ever before!”

— Roger Lear, Co-Founder

ORLANDO, FL, UNITED STATES, April 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

GreatInsuranceJobs.com today released its survey to find out how COVID-19 is affecting current hiring trends in the insurance industry. The goal was to find out if insurance companies are hiring, what type of jobs are open now, how they are managing their current workforce (mostly remote), and current and future challenges.

“The insurance industry is still hiring but nowhere near the pace from just eight weeks ago,” states Roger Lear, Co-Founder of GreatInsuranceJobs.com. “What this survey found was human resource professionals are working overtime managing all the changes and issues they didn’t have to worry about in a COVID-19 free world."

The key findings from the Insurance Industry COVID-19 Hiring Survey:

• Insurance companies laid off very few workers.
• 41% of surveyed companies had open jobs.
• 90% of the insurance workforce is working from home adding challenges for human resources.
• Employee safety now and in the future is the number one priority for all surveyed companies.
• Employers share current and future challenges on how their workforce may look in a post-COVID-19
world.

“HR has been put in a position of uncertainty since so many policies and laws don’t address events like COVID-19”, states Lear, “but not only do they understand the challenges, they are ready to make sure to do everything they can with one thing in mind; safety.”

Download the full report (no charge) at www.GreatInsuranceJobs.com/jobreport . GIJ is also hosting a live job fair for employers hiring during COVID-19. If you are an employer with open jobs, please contact us, and we will add you to this insurance community event (www.GreatInsuranceJobs.com/jobfair).

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GreatInsuranceJobs.com (GIJ) is the nation’s pre-eminent insurance digital employment network and job board since 2001. Over 93,000 insurance industry professionals visit monthly to apply to jobs from property-casualty, life and health, third party administrators, brokers & agents, MGA’s, independents, and insurance industry search firms. GIJ also attends and speaks at all significant insurance conferences and provides users with useful career information. The site was founded in 2001 by Roger Lear and Scott Kotroba. The GreatInsuranceJobs.com network includes InsuranceSalesJobs.com, UltimateInsuranceJobs.com, GreatInsuranceRecruiters.com, and GreatJobSpot.com. GIJ hosts the largest database of insurance talent in the country.

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CCHR Warns: Mental Health Month Marketing Feeds Lucrative Psychiatric Industry

According to Scientific American, 1 in 6 American adults reported taking a psychiatric drug in a 2013 study.

According to Scientific American, 1 in 6 American adults reported taking a psychiatric drug in a 2013 study.

The headquarters for CCHR Florida are located in downtown Clearwater.

The headquarters for CCHR Florida are located in downtown Clearwater.

Psychiatric Drugs and Suicide

NBC News reported on April 22, 2018 that the Center for Disease Control (CDC) findings show that suicides in the U.S. are at the highest level in “almost three decades”.

NBC News reported on April 22, 2018 that the Center for Disease Control (CDC) findings show that suicides in the U.S. are at the highest level in “almost three decades”.

There are over 78 million people taking psychiatric drugs in the United States with global sales reaching $76 billion a year.

The real motive behind this observance comes into question when normal human activities such as exercising too much or too little are viewed as signs of potential mental illness.”

— Diane Stein, CCHR Florida

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, April 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — With global sales reaching $76 billion a year, psychiatric treatment is one of the most lucrative businesses in the world and according to IMS Health, a company that provides information, services and technology for the healthcare industry, there are over 78 million people taking psychiatric drugs in the United States. [1,2]

While the month of May has been observed as Mental Health Month since 1949 for the stated purpose of educating people on mental health issues, the real motive behind this observance comes into question when normal human activities such as exercising too much or too little are viewed as signs of potential mental illness. During Mental Health Month, individuals interested in learning more about mental illness are driven via posters and social media to websites where they can take a series of quizzes called screening tools which are touted as the quickest and easiest way to determine if someone is experiencing “symptoms” of a mental health condition. [3]

“These quizzes are designed to generate more consumers for the psychiatric industry,” said Diane Stein, President of the Florida chapter for the Citizens Commission on Human Rights. “What these screens don’t tell a person is that there are dangerous side effects to taking psychiatric drugs.”

According to Scientific American, 1 in 6 American adults reported taking a psychiatric drug in a 2013 study. [4] This same study notes that there are demographic differences such as older adults reporting a higher rate of psychiatric drug use and nearly twice as many women as men reporting psychiatric drug usage. In comparison to other developed countries, Americans use more medicines overall and rank first in the use of antipsychotics. [5]

Alarmed by these statistics, CCHR Florida is encouraging people to visit their website to learn more about psychiatric drugs and dangerous side effects that can lead to suicidal ideation and completed suicide. To learn more, please call 727-442-8820 or visit www.cchrflorida.org. CCHR also operates a hotline to report mental health abuse and this hotline, 800-782-2878, is open despite COVID-19 restrictions.

About CCHR: Initially established by the Church of Scientology and renowned psychiatrist Dr. Thomas Szasz in 1969, CCHR’s mission is to eradicate abuses committed under the guise of mental health and enact patient and consumer protections. L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology, first brought psychiatric imprisonment to wide public notice: “Thousands and thousands are seized without process of law, every week, over the ‘free world’ tortured, castrated, killed. All in the name of ‘mental health,’” he wrote in March 1969. For more information please visit www.cchrflorida.org.

[1] Total Number of People Taking Psychiatric Drugs in the United States https://www.cchrint.org/psychiatric-drugs/people-taking-psychiatric-drugs/
[2] Psychiatry: Hooking Your World on Drugs https://www.cchr.org/cchr-reports/psychiatry/introduction.html
[3] https://www.mhanational.org/mental-health-month
[4] MENTAL HEALTH: 1 in 6 Americans Takes a Psychiatric Drug – Antidepressants were most common, followed by anxiety relievers and antipsychotics https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/1-in-6-americans-takes-a-psychiatric-drug/
[5] Why do Americans spend so much on pharmaceuticals? https://www.pbs.org/newshour/health/americans-spend-much-pharmaceuticals

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Car Insurance Market – Current Impact to Make Big Changes | Allianz, Samsung, Metlife, Ping An

Car Insurance

Car Insurance

Car Insurance Market SWOT analysis & Key Business Strategies | The Biggest Opportunity Of 2020

Global Car Insurance Market to Observe ‘Explosive Growth’ to Generate Massive Revenue in Coming Years”

— Nidhi Bhawsar

NEW JERSEY, USA , UNITED STATES, April 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Advance Market Analytics released the research report of Global Car Insurance Market, offers a detailed overview of the factors influencing the global business scope. Car Insurance Market research report shows the latest market insights with upcoming trends and breakdown of the products and services. The report provides key statistics on the market status, size, share, growth factors of the Car Insurance This Report covers the emerging player’s data, including: competitive situation, sales, revenue and global market share of top manufacturers are AXA (France), Allstate Insurance (United States), Allianz (Germany), Samsung Group (South Korea), PT Astra Aviva Life (United Kingdom), AIG (United States), Berkshire Hathaway (United States), Generali (Italy), Metlife (United States), PICC (China), State Farm Insurance (United States), Ping An (China) and Munich Reinsurance (Germany).

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Definition:
Car Insurance is also known as motor insurance, vehicle insurance or auto insurance. It is insurance of vehicle which may include car, truck, bus, motorcycle and other road vehicles. Vehicle insurance offers financial protection against theft of the vehicle, damage to the vehicle and other factors such as traffic collisions, such as keying, weather or natural disasters, and damage sustained by colliding with stationary objects. Car insurance is expected to gain worldwide popularity with an increase in awareness among people coupled with an increase in the per capita income.

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the worldwide reaction to it has compelled companies to radically rethink their strategies and the way they operate. We salute the industry experts helping companies survive and sustain in this pandemic. At AMA Market Analysts, are undertaking continuous efforts to provide analysis of the COVID-19 impact on the Car Insurance Market. We are working diligently to help companies take rapid decisions by studying.

Market Drivers
• Increased Incidences Of Road Accidents Due To Rising In Road Traffic
• Innovative and Lucrative Product Launches

Market Trend
• Rising Inclination Towards Different Capital Investments

Restraints
• To Build Trust Factor

Opportunities
• Emerging Demand From Developing Countries
• Innovation In insurance Schemes

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by Type (Accidental Damages Insurance, Theft Insurance, Fire Insurance, Others), Application (Commercial Car, Personal Car), Distribution Channel (Insurance Broker/Agency, Online)

Region Included are: North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Oceania, South America, Middle East & Africa
Country Level Break-Up: United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, South Africa, Nigeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Germany, United Kingdom (UK), the Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Austria, Turkey, Russia, France, Poland, Israel, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, China, Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, Singapore, India, Australia and New Zealand etc.

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Chapter 4: Presenting the Car Insurance Market Factor Analysis Porters Five Forces, Supply/Value Chain, PESTEL analysis, Market Entropy, Patent/Trademark Analysis.
Chapter 5: Displaying the by Type, End User and Region 2013-2018
Chapter 6: Evaluating the leading manufacturers of the Car Insurance market which consists of its Competitive Landscape, Peer Group Analysis, BCG Matrix & Company Profile
Chapter 7: To evaluate the market by segments, by countries and by manufacturers with revenue share and sales by key countries in these various regions.
Chapter 8 & 9: Displaying the Appendix, Methodology and Data Source

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Data Sources & Methodology
The primary sources involves the industry experts from the Global Car Insurance Market including the management organizations, processing organizations, analytics service providers of the industry’s value chain. All primary sources were interviewed to gather and authenticate qualitative & quantitative information and determine the future prospects.
In the extensive primary research process undertaken for this study, the primary sources – Postal Surveys, telephone, Online & Face-to-Face Survey were considered to obtain and verify both qualitative and quantitative aspects of this research study. When it comes to secondary sources Company's Annual reports, press Releases, Websites, Investor Presentation, Conference Call transcripts, Webinar, Journals, Regulators, National Customs and Industry Associations were given primary weight-age.

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ASA Insurance Discussed How Homeowner Can Determine Their Earthquake Risk

Earthquake Insurance in Salt Lake City

ASA Insurance is a top provider of home insurance and earthquake insurance within the Salt Lake City area.

One of the leading providers of home insurance in Salt Lake City has shared critical information with Utah homeowners to help keep them safe from earthquakes.

Many homeowners think their home insurance covers them for earthquake damage. However, this is not usually the case.”

— Creed Anderson

SALT LAKE CITY, UNITED STATES, April 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — One of the leading providers of home insurance in Salt Lake City has shared critical information with Utah homeowners to help keep them safe from earthquakes.

Utah has thousands of fault lines that run beneath the surface, putting many homeowners at an increased risk for earthquake damage. ASA Insurance of Salt Lake City, Utah, warns consumers to be aware of this risk and make sure they are adequately covered in the event of a catastrophic event. Not everyone will be affected the same way or suffer the same degree of damage from one of these natural disasters.

Homes built within a few hundred feet of a fault line are at risk for damage if an earthquake should happen. This scenario is most likely to happen when there is a surface fault rupture, which means an earthquake with a magnitude of 6.5 or greater occurs. The building may be damaged and local flooding can result. The Wasatch Fault in Utah is the largest in the state. However, there are other smaller faults in this same area. How often a rupture is likely to occur will depend on where the property is located along the fault line. Older homes are at greater risk because they may not meet current building codes. Newer homes are more likely to survive an earthquake, but buyers should ask for any geologic studies for the area to determine their level of risk.

As Creed Anderson of ASA Insurance explains, “Many homeowners think their home insurance covers them for earthquake damage. However, this is not usually the case.” He goes on to explain they may need to look into special earthquake coverage for their home. This is purchased in addition to a standard property insurance policy, but not all providers carry earthquake insurance, so they may not mention it to consumers. However, they can provide information about how and where the policy can be purchased.

Earthquake damage can be significant, and the resulting structural damage tends to be the most complex and most costly. Water damage from flooding after an earthquake can also cause severe consequences and make a home unsafe and unlivable. It’s important for homeowners to review their risk and determine if they need additional coverage for such an event. They may also be able to have updates done to their homes to make them more resilient in an earthquake.

Anderson also recommends having a disaster plan set up if the homeowner lives along the fault line. He suggests reviewing it with the family at least once a year. It is impossible to predict when an earthquake will occur and how severe it will be even though experts have gotten better about studying this natural phenomenon. Large objects should also be secured inside the home to lessen damage and risk of injury.

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THE 1918 INFLUENZA – THE LAST GREAT PANDEMIC

This is a sign from the Spanish flu epidemic.

Sign during the Spanish flu

Photo of sick soldiers laying in rows at Fort Funston, Kansas.

Beds crowded into a barracks at Fort Funston, Kansas.

A victim of the 1918 Spanish flu is loaded into an ambulance.

A victim of the 1918 Spanish flu is loaded into an ambulance.

Symptoms began with headaches, violent coughing, body aches, sore throats and high fevers.

One of the worst massive public exposures, a mistake that cost thousands of lives, occurred in Philadelphia when a Liberty Bond parade wasn’t canceled by the city’s leaders. ”

— Colleen Adair Fliedner

SAN MATEO, CA, US, April 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — THE 1918 INFLUENZA – THE LAST GREAT PANDEMIC
By Colleen Adair Fliedner

On April 6, 1917, Woodrow Wilson declared war on Germany and its allies, collectively called the “Central Powers.” The president had flipped his anti-war promise on its proverbial head, facing the challenges of preparing the country for war like a bull charging a matador’s cape. Going to war had been a difficult decision, but Wilson was left no choice when Germany had become more aggressive towards the Unites States. Kaiser Wilhelm II had announced that all ships, including American passenger liners, would be sunk on sight. In addition, the British had intercepted a coded telegram sent by Germany’s Foreign Secretary to the German Ambassador in Mexico. The message proposed that Mexican troops invade the United States to start a war to reclaim New Mexico, Texas and Arizona. The Central Powers would supply weapons and money to support Mexican troops. That way, the U.S. military would be too busy fighting against Mexico to send troops overseas to join the Allied forces.

With only 127,151 men serving in the U. S. Army at that time, Wilson would have to implement the draft immediately. Make-shift training camps were set up, and steel mills and factories producing weapons would have to move at lightning speed. To keep up morale, Wilson’s representatives made sure that newspapers were censored so that nothing negative about the war was printed. People who spoke against the war were often brought to trial; some were even imprisoned.

In the military encampments, new recruits were squeezed into barracks and tents, their cots so close together that there was barely room to move between them. At Camp Funston on the massive grounds of Fort Riley, Kansas, an estimated 56,000 young men were being trained. Little did anyone know that a battle almost as terrible as the one they would face in the trenches abroad would soon come to call on the home front.

To this day, scientists battle about where or how the “Great Influenza Pandemic” began. One theory is that the virus infected pigs on a farm near Camp Funston. It all started, they said, two days after the farmer burned piles of hog manure. The wind carried a storm of smoke laden with the virus into the camp. Men began to sicken by the scores. Within three weeks, 1,100 had died. Other researchers stated that it was impossible for this kind of virus to survive burning, let alone to be infectious after being swept along for miles before finding a human host.

A more popular theory was that the killer influenza had been created by German scientists and brought to America on a submarine. The newspapers picked up on this idea and people believed the story. After all, the Germans had created deadly gases which killed thousands of soldiers in the trenches.

Yet another hypothesis was that the influenza outbreak during the winter of 1916-17 at a British encampment in France had symptoms eerily similar to the strange new strain of the killer flu. Some researchers believed that because of the weakened condition of the soldiers and the filth in the rat-infested trenches, the germs had mutated into an even stronger strain that was easily transmitted. The killer flu spread from stricken French soldiers in concentric circles to soldiers on both sides and into the cities. It hitched rides on unknowing hosts boarding ships bound for ports all over the world, eventually making its way to America…and possibly to the overcrowded military base in Kansas.

Ironically, the new flu was nicknamed “the Spanish influenza” even though it didn’t begin in Spain. Most likely, it reared its ugly head in France and Britain first and was likely carried to Spain by infected people spending time in Spain’s warm coastal resort towns. Because the war’s propaganda machine in the Allied countries had forbidden their newspapers from printing information about the outbreak of the flu and the toll it was taking on the troops, Spain, a neutral country with newspapers that included stories about the influenza outbreak in its country, was blamed for its beginnings.

The reality is that we may never know the influenza’s origin. The fact is that it moved through military bases in America and overseas like locusts ravaging a wheat field. Soldiers who had been exposed – and even those who were already showing symptoms – were deployed overseas. Shiploads of sick men arrived and spread the disease by the thousands. The strange virus preyed most often on the young and healthy. Symptoms began with headaches, violent coughing, body aches, sore throats and high fevers. Although some recovered, others weren’t so lucky. After a few days, their lips and even their faces turned blue when their lungs became congested with blood and fluids. Scientists worked madly to come up with a cure or, at least an inoculation. But in 1918 their microscopes weren’t advanced enough to view, let alone understand how to destroy, the viruses that were wreaking havoc on the world.

It’s ironic that the pandemic struck during a time when the world was at war. Military ships with soldiers carrying the flu stopped for fuel and supplies in ports all over the world. There are stories about sailors disembarking their ships in a port and infecting entire communities, such as in Western Samoa, where 8,000 people died after a vessel from Auckland docked there for refueling.

Meanwhile in America the flu continued to sweep across the country. People wore flimsy gauze masks hoping to protect themselves from the invisible enemy. Restaurants, churches and theaters closed, and people were advised to avoid crowds and stay home as much as possible. Mingling closely with other people was banned in many areas. For most Americans, however, that wasn’t an option. They had to work. Without them, who would build the much-needed military trucks and guns and cannons to ship to the troops? And of course, they caught and passed on the flu to their fellow workers.

One of the worst massive public exposures, a mistake that cost thousands of lives, occurred in Philadelphia when a Liberty Bond parade wasn’t canceled by the city’s leaders. An estimated three-hundred thousand residents lined the parade route and within three days, an estimated hundred thousand men, women and children became infected. Thousands of men, women and children – often entire families – died.

Overseas, the influenza sickened and killed thousands of soldiers on both sides. By fall, battle-weary Bulgaria, Austria, Hungry and Turkey had asked the Allies for peace. Germany would soon do the same, signing an armistice on November 11. The war was over, and the flu had more than a little credit for its somewhat quick end.
Although the flu continued its killing spree in second and third waves for months, the epidemic seemed to be over by the early winter of 1919. The public was ecstatic, patronizing their favorite eateries, partying, attending social functions, and shopping. Slowly, things returned to normal.

The total number of people who died from the 1918 influenza is believed to have been more than the those who died in World War 1. Because many of the countries affected by the virus didn’t keep accurate records, the numbers of dead are only estimates and range somewhere between 40 million and 100 million worldwide. Added to the 20-plus million soldiers and civilians who were killed in World War 1, the loss of life during this time is staggering.

For the scientists who couldn’t find a cure or what had caused this new variety of killer flu, their work continued. No one doubted that the day would come when another mutated disease would disrupt the world. It took over 100 years, but during the current outbreak of COVID 19, lessons learned from the 1918 flu were put into practice. Avoiding crowds, closing businesses, and asking people to stay home, helped then as it has helped now.

And the good news is that our ancestors’ lives did, indeed, return to normal. Strangely, the 1918 influenza hasn’t been included in history classes, and few books have been written on the topic. Until the recent pandemic, the “Spanish” flu had been forgotten by most people…with the exception of the generations of scientists who have worked to understand exactly what caused the deadly flu of 1918. Their hope has always been to prevent another similar outbreak.

And the battle to find a vaccine goes on….

Colleen Adair Fliedner is the author of In the Shadow of War: Spies, Love & the Lusitania.

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