Webjet and Cover-More form new travel insurance partnership

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Cover-More has become the exclusive provider of travel insurance and assistance for Webjet’s online travel agency business across Australia and New Zealand.

The new partnership commenced officially on 1 February 2020.

Webjet OTA chief executive David Galt said: “We are a digital travel business, and Cover-More has very strong digital capability in personalising travel insurance for travellers’ needs, so this is a partnership which reinforces Webjet’s leadership position in online travel.”

Cover-More’s CEO for the Asia Pacific, Judith Crompton, said the new partnership would employ the latest evolution of the travel insurance provider’s purpose-built online sales and optimisation engine, Impulse.

“To lead the travel insurance sector in any market, you need to get the product, coverage and technology right,” she said.

“And Cover-More’s technology can deliver Webjet customers the greatest variety of offers and the most appropriate cover available.”

“We pride ourselves on putting the customer at the heart of our product offering. And we back up our offer and our products with an exceptional team of people and a 24-hour medical assistance team who know how to help if trouble strikes.”

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