Why I Wrote My Book, Bulletproof.

Picture this: You’re young, unmarried, and newly repatriated to an Asian city. You’ve just started your small business that involves delivering packages to cruise ships. You are covered for your time on the ground and on the cruise ship, but not in between. You don’t realize this, and your staff has a boating accident on the way to the cruise ship. Suddenly you are out of pocket over $100,000 in medical expenses. Now what do you do? While these stories may sound far-fetched or unlikely, I assure you, they are not. The need for adequate insurance rears its head at some point or another in everyone’s life. Insurance has become an industry that is legendary for being bureaucratic, tedious, and

The Importance of Disrupting the Status-quo

Global Health Insider magazine had the chance to talk to Danielle Warner, the CEO and Founder of Expat Insurance. Ms Warner has been in the insurance industry since 1999, as an intern in AIG in Parsippany, New Jersey, and worked her way up as the Marketing and Casualty Division Specialist for AIG in New York. Since then, Ms Warner has developed her skills in business management and moved to Singapore where her personal experience as an expat influenced the inception of her company, Expat Insurance. Today, Expat Insurance is one of the most highly regarded IPMI brokers in Asia, winning the coveted “Insurance Broker of the Year” award from the Asian Banking and Finance Industry Awards for 2016

Taking Care Of Your Employees

“Take Care Of Your Employees And They’ll Take Care Of Your Business,” Says Richard Branson, Founder Of The Virgin Group. Wise words, wouldn't you say? Gone are the days when companies viewed employee engagement and well being programs as ‘nice to have,’ yielding ‘soft’ benefits. Today we know that companies with high engagement scores perform significantly better than their competition in key operational areas like productivity, absenteeism, attrition and turnover, safety incidents, customer satisfaction and retention, and profitability. This principle of taking care of your people isn't new, and we know that it should be at the heart of creating a great place to work. Research on employee e

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