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September 30, 2020

Zego partners with Bravo Group’s Networks

By Patrick Brusnahan

Insurtech Zego has partnered with Broker Network and Compass Networks, two networks of independent brokers within Bravo Group.

The partnership is set to expand Zego’s presence in the broker world and offer its fleet products to a wider pool.

Furthermore, Zego now gains access to a community of over 700 brokers, more than 60% of the UK independent broking community, from the Bravo deal.

Gianluca Uberti, director of enterprise at Zego, said: “We believe there are thousands of fleet companies out there which can benefit from our flexible, usage-based insurance products, and by working with Bravo Group and its brokers, we will be able to reach these.”

Jaime Swindle, managing director of Networks and Products said: “Usage based insurance policies have been in existence for some time. Client needs are constantly evolving and the demand for flexible insurance for business motor customers has increased significantly with the current climate as these customers adapt to the ‘new normal’.

“At Bravo Group we want our Networks’ insurer relationships to allow our brokers to provide their clients with products that are reflective of today’s world, and the partnership with Zego offers a number of innovative solutions to meet these demands. We are already seeing members respond well to this new offering and I am excited to see this continue to thrive.”

In September 2020, Zego partnered with Sweden-based e-scooter operator Voi as the latter launched rental vehicles in the UK.

Brokered by UK insurance and risk adviser Marsh Commercial, Zego will provide insurance for all of the Voi UK fleet. The policy will be fully integrated into the rider sign-up process.

Voi has also won and announced three major e-scooter trials in the UK, including in the West Midlands region.

Furthermore, Voi now operates in over 45 cities across Europe including Berlin, Zurich, Hamburg, and Stockholm. it provides e-scooters at competitive prices and monthly subscriptions start from £33 a month.

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