The Blog Spot: Should insurance go back to its coffee shop roots?

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At lunch earlier this week my fellow diners and I reflected on the future of the high street broker.

Not least what has happened in recent years in terms of the retrenchment of Swinton and the success of A-Plan and Coversure.

Among the other topics we discussed was the fact younger generations no longer crave material objects such as CDs and DVDs - given their use of services such as Spotify and Netflix - and that as a result they also expect immediacy.

Long gone are the days were I would

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