In-depth – Niche markets: Getting to grips with the gig economy

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Digital communication has transformed the ability of companies to recruit casual and part-time workers and deliver all manner of products and services to people at a localised level.

This fast-growing gig economy has pushed itself into the mainstream and millions of people now generate part, if not all, of their income through this type of work. These workers bear significant exposures but are often not well-served by traditional insurance policies with year-long terms and designed for those in

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