Business Travel Insurance Market

A new intelligence report released by HTF MI with title “Global Business Travel Insurance Market Survey & Outlook” is designed covering micro level of analysis by Insurers and key business segments, offerings and sales channels. The Global Business Travel Insurance offers energetic visions to conclude market size, opportunities, growth pattern, and competitive surroundings. The research is derived through primary and secondary sourced data and includes both qualitative and quantitative detailing. Some of the key players profiled in the study are Assicurazioni Genarali (Italy), Allianz (Germany), Seven Corners (U.S.), Travel Safe Insurance (U.S.), USI Insurance Services (U.S.), MH Ross Travel (U.S.), American International Group (U.S.), AXA Group (France) & Chubb (U.S.).

What’s keeping Assicurazioni Genarali (Italy), Allianz (Germany), Seven Corners (U.S.), Travel Safe Insurance (U.S.), USI Insurance Services (U.S.), MH Ross Travel (U.S.), American International Group (U.S.), AXA Group (France) & Chubb (U.S.) Ahead in the Market? Benchmark yourself with the strategic moves and findings recently released by HTF MI

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Market Overview of Business Travel Insurance
If you are involved in the Business Travel Insurance industry or aim to be, then this study is vital to keep your market knowledge up-to-date. The Market is segmented by Applications [Insurance Trade, Insurance Company, Bank, Insurance Broker, Insurance Aggregator, Others], Types / Coverage [, B2B, B2C & B2B2C] and major players. To get deep dive in market, geographically 22+ jurisdictions or countries were summarized in the study from Asia Pacific, MEA, South America, Europe and North America.

Geographically, the global version of report has following country inclusion:
• North America [United States, Canada and Mexico]
• Europe [Germany, the UK, France, Italy, Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Spain, Sweden, and Rest of Europe]
• Asia-Pacific [China, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia, Indonesia and Others]
• South America [Brazil, Argentina, Colombia and Rest of South America]
• Middle East and Africa (South Africa, Turkey, Israel, GCC Countries and Rest of Africa)

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This study mainly helps understand which market segments or Country; Insurance carriers, Aggregators should focus in years to come to channelize their efforts and investments in Business Travel Insurance to maximize growth and profitability. The growth in 2020 is noticeably slower and mature markets in North America and Western Europe requires “heavy lifting” to address such trends due to the dynamic macroeconomic and regulatory environment.

The distribution channels in the insurance industry, is always of great importance, reflecting the “push” nature of Business Travel Insurance offering in the industry. The distribution model has continued to evolve as insurers try to better connect with their customers. Over the years, the Business Travel Insurance industry has seen a clear dominance of face-to face selling (agents and brokers). However, with the increasing penetration of the Internet and customers preferring convenience, the digital mode of sales is becoming increasingly popular in Business Travel Insurance.

Furthermore, the years considered for the study are as follows:
Historical year

Glynn Academy’s baseball team solidified its Sweet 16 spot on Thursday as the Terrors swept Grovetown to advance.

Much like Game 1, where the Terrors tallied 17 hits, they added 10 more in Game 2 to combine for 27 total. Those hits gave the Terrors a 6-3 win after coming back from an early lead by Grovetown.

“I’m just really proud of the guys for the way they competed offensively in both games,” Glynn Academy coach Trent Mongero said. “We swung the bat well up and down the lineup. We had 10-plus hits, I think, in each game, and just really different guys stepping up at different times.”

Blake Wood got the start for the Terrors in Game 2 as he lasted 4.1 innings giving up two runs on one hit while striking out six and walking four batters.

Shaun Munoz came in for relief and pitched the final 2.2 innings. He gave up just one run on two hits while striking out four batters.

“Blake threw very well in Game 2, and Shaun does what he does. It was just a complete team effort. We had numerous guys stepping up in different ways, and it was just a lot of fun. So we’re looking forward to heading to the Sweet 16 next Wednesday.”

Munoz came in for relief in both games for the Terrors on Thursday. Mongero said that’s what his role was initially supposed to be, but due to some injuries, he ended up starting.

Now that they’re playing doubleheaders in the state playoffs, Munoz is back to being the closer. With such a unique throwing style, it seems he could be an asset for the Terrors as the playoffs continue.

“Our goal is to change his role back to more relievers like he did tonight,” Mongero said. “We’ll probably maintain that going forward, but he’s certainly a guy that it’s nice to give him the ball and know he’s going to compete his rear end off — just like the other guys are. He’s got that little extra difficult release point that kind of gives most teams fits.”

Tom Echols continued his strong performance from the first game at the plate as he went 2-of-3 in Game 2 with two RBI. Gus Gandy also went 2-of-3 at the plate and collected one RBI. Tyler Motos went 2-of-4 at the plate with one RBI as well.

The Warriors struck first as they scored off a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the first. Glynn tied it up 1-1 after Gandy scored on an error.

The Terrors offense got rolling in the fifth as they scored three runs. Wood led off the inning off with a single, followed by a single from Tyler Devlin.

Joe Cutia hit a one-out single, and then Spence Hartman got intentionally walked. Echols hit a single to score Devlin and Cutia to make it 3-1. Gandy singles it to score Hartman and add another run.

Grovetown added two runs in the bottom of the