When it comes to medical insurance, there is no substitute for the best. Health is the most precious form of wealth. It is no wonder that health care is one of the most expensive insurances in Kenya and the world over. Take an example of the USA where a young adult can pay up to a whooping KSh 80...
Ask yourself a simple question, can I save a life if I found someone in an emergency medical condition? Do I know the basic first aid steps in order to save a friend, colleague or family member’s life?
First aid is the initial process of assessing and caring for the needs of a person or...
Micro insurance is simply affordable Insurance products and package designed and targeted at the low income earners.
Insurance penetration in Kenya currently stands at a paltry 2.8% [compared to last year’s 3.2%] of the gross domestic product [GDP]. This low penetration could be blame...
Photo: L-R Prashanth Srinivas, Raymond Momanyi, Calleb Karegyesa, Washington Ndegea (BIAK Chairman), James Norman(KPMG judging partner)
PESABAZAAR.com won the BEST INNOVATIVE Company of the YEAR 2016 at the just concluded BIMA Intermediaries Association Kenya (BIAK). Th...
Occidental Insurance Company, one of the leading and most profitable insurance companies in Kenya has signed up to the leading online insurance platform in Kenya, 15th September 2016. Customers in Kenya can now get instan...
PESABAZAAR.com, the leading price comparison website for insurance products in Kenya has been nominated for ‘Best Innovative Company 2016’ by the BIMA Intermediaries Association of Kenya (BIAK). The awards will be held Crowne Plaza hotel in Nairobi on the evening of the 4th November, 2016.
Mobile money loans have grown exponentially over the last five years and are projected to become the biggest credit distribution channel by commercial banks in Kenya. The convenience of mobile loans has greatly helped with their exponential uptake in the market, apply for a loan from the comfor...
The majority of Kenyans who have insurance for their cars don’t know about what’s covered by the policy. They leave this to the insurance agents and brokers to advise them, but what happens when these intermediaries don’t capture the policy details? Most car owners only receive an ...
The majority of Kenyans possess smartphones, laptops, digital cameras, tablets and all sort of fancy personal devices. With the increase in disposable incomes and decrease in electronics prices, it is estimated that over 32 million Kenyans own telephones. Smartphones are now used for banking, sh...
Each time our office phone rings or a online inquiry comes in, one of our insurance customer advisors gets ready to answer one of these kinds of questions from concerned and caring mothers to be in this beloved country. To set the record, there is no retail/individual/family medical insurance s...