Key Consumer Trends for Insurance Providers in 201005 Nov 2010 • by Natalie Aster
London – “Global insurance premium growth has been negative for the past two years. This reflects the recession's negative impact on the mainly mature markets in Western Europe, North America and Japan. This requires new thinking on how products, marketing and business strategy fits together in an increasingly consumer-centric market.”
The report “Key Consumer Trends for Insurance Providers in 2010” by Datamonitor examines the shift in consumer attitudes towards insurance over the June 2009 to June 2010 and analyses the impact of the global downturn and the subsequent change in consumer needs on the general and life insurance markets. It is global in scope, examining issues impacting 19 international insurance markets.
Publication Date: October 2010
The global financial crisis has had an impact on all consumers and their attitudes and motivations for buying insurance. In this challenging environment it is no longer sufficient to react to consumer behaviors, rather insurers need to understand the trends & influences behind insurance purchasing decisions.
Reasons to Purchase:
- Understand the impact that the recession has had on your customer base;
- Understand how to target the changed insurance needs of the post-recessionary consumer;
- Access Datamonitor's time series survey data to help you understand how your clients have been affected over time.
More information can be found in the report “Key Consumer Trends for Insurance Providers in 2010” by Datamonitor.
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