Since the start of 2021, the global insurance industry has experienced noticeable changes as a result of economic and political drivers. Many insurance and financial institutions are altering their business operations as the U.S. Presidency is handed off to President Biden from Trump. Further development in the COVID-19 pandemic also continues to drive up rates and reduce the ability for insurance companies to offer a competitive edge to their clients.
As digital communications have become more central to the way that companies do business since the pandemic, it makes sense for brands to invest in their own capabilities – whether external agencies like it or not. A view from Gideon Spanier.
Outsourcing versus in-housing. Businesses have long wondered, which is better?
Determining this, however, isn’t that simple. OLIVER has compiled the following list of pros and cons to help businesses determine in the first instance if in-housing is the right solution for them and their brand.
By leaning into uncomfortable conversations and approaching them with an expectation of being treated fairly, we can help our businesses move forward. A view from Sagina Shabaya, head of inclusion, diversity & belonging for EMEA at OLIVER.
OLIVER designs, builds and runs bespoke in-house agencies for brands, remote collaboration and building seamless solutions quickly is second nature to the agency, which meant it was well placed to deal with disruption from the Covid-19 pandemic.
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