In our second video from Stoke, Insurance Age senior reporter Judith Ugwumadu continues to investigate what the local insurance market is like.
Judith Ugwumadu meets with local brokers in Stoke-on-Trent to discuss the market.
Stoke-on-Trent is on the up, according to brokers in the city that is synonymous with ceramics and recently renowned for backing Brexit
The second half of Insurance Age's meetings with brokers in the North East.
Insurance Age met with broker experts in the North East.
Talk of the Toon: The economy in the North East has been on the up, but how will the broking community and their clients fare after the Brexit vote?
In our second video from Liverpool, Insurance Age reporter Ida Axling continues to investigate what the local insurance market is like.
Ida Axling meets with local brokers in Liverpool to discuss the market.
Despite the lack of insurer offices and recruitment difficulties, brokers in Liverpool are positive about the local market and the North West in general
In our second video from Cambridge, Insurance Age reporter Ida Axling continues to investigate what the local insurance market is like.
Insurance Age reporter Ida Axling speaks to brokers in Cambridge about what the local insurance market is like and the opportunities the city offers.
Despite lack of insurers, Cambridge's broking community is thriving
In our second Coventry video, Insurance Age's senior reporter, Larry Ferguson, continues his discussions with brokers in the city.
Insurance Age’s senior reporter, Larry Ferguson, speaks to brokers in Coventry about business in the city and what the future may hold.
Coventry may not be on many people’s radar when it comes to booming business and growing industry, but with investment in building and infrastructure, the arrival of Wasps rugby club and two up and coming universities in the city, the future is bright
Siân Barton meets Nottingham brokers to discuss Biba support, the impact of the general election and the future for the city.
Siân Barton, Insurance Age commissioning editor, met with local brokers in Nottingham to discuss the market.
With HS2, a new tram system and a host of start-up companies, Nottingham’s future looks bright, but can the local broking community capitalise on the city’s growth? Siân Barton investigates
Caitlin Morrison, senior reporter at Insurance Age, met with local brokers in Bristol to discuss the market.
Join Caitlin Morrison, senior reporter at Insurance Age, in Bristol where she met with local brokers to discuss the market.
The Bristol market is the key to unlocking the South West and, after years of pulling back, insurers are slowly beginning to realise it and return to the city, writes Caitlin Morrison
As the vote on Scottish independence approaches, Emmanuel Kenning finds that brokers in Glasgow are optimistic about growth and confident in their relationships with local insurers
The Northern Ireland market is unique in the UK, but now with the Troubles over and in the wake of economic downturn, things are changing fast in the province, writes Caitlin Morrison