Wednesday July 15, 2020

Life goes on during crisis for insurance comparison site

Ucompare has had to change its priorities as travel insurance comes to a standstill

26th April, 2020
Dinesh Dahiya, chief executive at Ucompare.ie. The company posted its highest monthly turnover in February, just before the coronavirus changed everything. Picture: Fergal Phillips

Having recorded its highest monthly turnover in February, Ucompare.ie is now seeking to adapt to cope with the impact of the Covid-19 crisis.

Launched in mid-2017, the Irish-owned insurance comparison website was on the cusp of closing its first funding round this year. It had extended its popularity with consumers searching for the best travel insurance deals in the Irish market, while a new comparison tool for life insurance had just gone live on...

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