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Now displaying: February, 2016
Feb 22, 2016
“If you’re an insurance broker, we’re going to drink your milkshake.”
Parker Conrad, Former CEO of Zenefits.  April 29, 2013
 
“We’ve talked about this numerous times, “the new normal” and how everybody wants to do everything now, “it’s when I want to do it, not when you want to get it to me”, and they are leveraging that consumer sentiment and they are using technology to do it. That’s why they’ve been so successful. The challenge is that they just bent some rules and skirted some issues, and now it’s come back to bite them.” Marty Agather
Feb 15, 2016

 

Recently, Google launched their Google Compare insurance pricing program in the United States after its huge success in the UK. Unfortunately, they haven’t been as successful as they anticipated. Google is one of the most successful businesses on the planet, but they made some huge mistakes with their latest campaign that’s now forcing them to re-evaluate their fiscal plans and growth for Google Compare.

We know all too well that insurance is a fairly complicated business, and the American way of buying insurance is very different from the way they do it across the pond. Regional regulations, trustworthy insurance agents, and varying prices all influence how/when/where people buy their insurance, and Google failed to incorporate these very big cultural differences into their plans.

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