The death of insurasaurus? Why complacent and out of touch insurers must overhaul their business, and their image, to survive

Like other corporate dinosaurs, many insurers face extinction if they don’t become less reliant on old ways of doing things and robust barriers to entry. But by upgrading their tech and learning from other industries they can avoid the fate of their ancestors.

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