“In matters of grave importance, style, not sincerity, is the vital thing.”

― Oscar Wilde, The Importance of Being Earnest.

The play is full of contradiction as the characters say one thing and then instantly reverse their stance to say the opposite thing.

This quote seems to sum up the play. Perhaps it sums up many businesses? Say one thing but do another.

Here at Micro Insurance we endeavour to say and act in the same. We are on a path to affect and look after the lives of many people through insurance.

This may seem an odd path to tread and the Oscar Wild quote could sit quite nicely on top on the insurance industry - sell a policy and fight the claim. Style and Sincerity.

Integrity in important to us. We know we are the safety net. Our customers are not buying a policy because they expect to use it immediately, they are buying it to support them when the unexpected happens. We need to be there when this happens. We need to deliver in their time of need.

We are simplifying the insurance process though user friendly technology, simplified policies and quick claims processes. A digital insurance company that is connected start to finish.

What is Micro Insurance? Traditionally this is insurance for the developing world and generally term life, linked to a Micro Loan or a form of Accidental Death. We at MicroInsurance are extending this vision of Micro Insurance.

Our vision is insurance for the globe, across a range of products including term life and property and casualty for micro and small businesses and for people and families who have an annual income of less than $30,000 a year.

Micro and Small Businesses range from 1 person up to 50 people. These businesses could be an Uber driver, a small stall holder, a farm and up through to a start-up tech company and on to an established small manufacturing company. Community businesses, family businesses, your business.

Globally our target income bracket for customers will vary country by country. The aim is to always have products that are affordable and relevant to the person or business in that community.

Posted in MicroInsurance blog, Sharing economy on May 16, 2020