Mark Harrop Business Development Manager

Apr 24
2018

Solo travellers should always have adequate travel insurance as a companion

With up to a third (38 percent) of Brits now choosing to travel alone, Aquarium Software advises people to always make an exception where travel insurance is concerned, and ensure they always have comprehensive cover by their side. There is no reason why men and women cannot travel alone safely, and Aquarium Software’s Mark Co...

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Apr 19
2018

Technology can make EU co-operate on tourism

On 1 March, the UN World Tourism organisation (UNWTO) and European Parliament signed an agreement putting technology at the heart of deepening tourism co-operation. Travel insurance tech specialist, Aquarium Software says, recognition of the key role technology is expected to play must be followed up with tangible action in an...

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Apr 16
2018

A third of Brits can’t get travel cover

As a survey reveals over a third of Brits struggle to obtain travel insurance cover, travel technology specialist Aquarium Software is warning the industry needs to urgently address the issue, as an ageing population is set to accelerate the problem, unless it is tackled head-on. Those with pre-existing or past conditions, suc...

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Apr 13
2018

Should you ensure you’re insured if holidaying at home?

A study suggesting three quarters of British adults have been on or are planning a UK holiday, has led travel tech specialist Aquarium Software to advise that taking out travel insurance is always a good idea – at home or abroad - and technology is the key to greater uptake before the 2018 summer getaway. While the NHS covers...

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Apr 10
2018

Americans trump Brits when it comes to emotional ties with pets

YouGov research conducted on behalf of pet insurance technology specialist Aquarium Software, reveals that US pet parents have more in common with their animals than their family, when compared to their UK counterparts. 32 percent of pet owners in the US said they had more in common with their pets; compared to 26 percent in t...

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