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02 March 2012 15:26
New press area launched to help journalists
Travel insurance specialist, World First Travel Insurance, has launched a new press area on its company website to help journalists and researchers get the latest information on the company and travel industry events and trends.
The press area has all World First press releases and articles, factfiles about the company including information on its recent performance, biographies of and contact details for the directors, research it has undertaken identifying industry trends and customer satisfaction. There are also case studies of customers' experiences in buying travel insurance from World First and using it when things haven't gone quite to plan. The press area has an image library with high resolution photographs and logos that can be downloaded.
There is also the facility to request World First press releases to be sent straight to your inbox so you are always aware of key events in the company and industry.
Martin Rothwell, Managing Partner of World First Travel Insurance says, "The media play a vital part in delivering the best service to our customers, helping us demonstrate what sets us apart as specialist travel insurers. The new press area will enable the media to get to accurate and relevant facts and figures, not just about World First but the travel insurance sector as a whole, at the click of a button. We hope that journalists and researchers find it more user-friendly and that it quickly draws their attention to important consumer information."
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