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Dubai-based insurtech ‘’ eases purchases

Thursday, 03 12 2020, Category: Insurance and Reinsurance, Country: U.A.E
UAE stands tall among other emerging economies of GCC and the Middle East & North Africa (MENA) in terms of digital sales growth at present and in the upcoming years – which is majorly driven by digital insurers or insurtechs. The major reason behind insurtechs dominating the insurance sector is their higher customer experience, personalisation and demand.

One such insurtech synergy headquartered in Dubai, UAE is that capitalises on the opportunity of market penetration of digital insurance domain and its expertise as an insurance aggregator that helps users compare various insurance options and make informed buying decisions. The startup works with a number of top insurers in the UAE and showcases an unbiased comparison of insurance services to the customers. The insurance types primarily include health, home, and car insurance, home and other insurance types.

The platform also offers an insanely easy method to the users seeking personalised insurance options for respective purposes.

The co-founder & COO of BuyAnyInsurance Mark Bachayani throughout his 15-year long span of working in the insurance sector, recognising the pain points of the users seeking insurance, and the gaps which are present across major insurance providers – clubbed with the digital expertise of Michael Ilyas (CEO) formed the genesis BuyAnyInsurance back in 2018.

The CEO of BuyAnyInsurance, Ilyas over a phone call told LAFFAZ that the company within a short span has become a go-to place for people to compare and purchase the right insurance products online hassle-free by giving a quote to the customers within 1-minute and up to 20 percent discount on insurance in the UAE.

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