April 9th 2020
As our office is now closed and the Royal Mail have announced changes to their service next week, we can no longer guarantee that we're able to accept cheques as payment of outstanding premiums. We remain able to accept BACS, debit card or instalment payments (with a credit agreement via direct debit).
October 2nd 2019
The home and workplace have very different needs when it comes to fire safety but in both cases there are some simple procedures and common sense precautions you can use to help stay safe.
May 27th 2019
5G has already been introduced in South Korea and it’s set to be introduced into major UK cities imminently. But how will things change?
June 12th 2018
Lloyd's predicts France will win the 2018 World Cup based on insurable value.
April 13th 2018
The way you currently contact your clients and prospects is changing, with the introduction of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018, are you GDPR ready?
July 11th 2017
How many emails do you send on an average day at work? It’s estimated that around 269 billion emails are sent around the world every single day. That’s a staggering 2.4 million per second, with the average office worker receiving 121 emails in a day. Emails have become the backbone of many of our work […]
May 18th 2017
To access your personal stored information, including bank details and your address, all a hacker needs is your phone. If this is not adequately secured, their mission is even easier. Of the principle causes of security breaches, unsecured mobile phones are among the top seven. But with this advice from Hine Insurance, yours doesn’t have […]
May 3rd 2017
Facebook Messenger has 1.2 billion users around the globe and 60 million business users, all sending a staggering 2 billion messages. Delving into Artificial Intelligence, or AI, Facebook has announced some significant new developments at its F8 conference in April 2017. Though society is fast becoming used to rapid tech updates, the social media giant’s […]
April 27th 2017
The National Minimum Wage has long set the UK apart as a nation which champions equality and fair employment, and fights low pay. The hourly rates have risen on average once a year over the past 15 years. April 2017 saw the latest nationwide increase in the minimum hourly rate of pay for workers above […]
March 26th 2017
For most of us, insurance is a necessary facet of everyday life – as well as forming a large portion of the economic world we live in. The UK insurance market is the largest in Europe and the third largest in the world, and according to the Association of British Insurers (ABI) it employs around […]