Drones may be a relatively recent phenomenon, but that hasn’t stopped Skyasky Inc., a drone flight school, from opening the country’s first drone museum in Osaka, Japan.
When you hear about cyber attacks and "data breaches, many people think of a rogue hacker infiltrating a computer system to steal people's information.
When it comes to managing your fire risk, one of the best tools is the most obvious one: the fire extinguisher. At best, it can put out a fire completely, preventing a dangerous and costly event altogether. But even if it only starts the job while firefighters finish it, it can save time when it is most critical.
The Axis Insurance Group believes that everything we do matters, professionally and personally. That's why we're such big fans of Creative Toolbox, a local social venture with a focus on educating youth.
On the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) list of things businesses around the world should be on the lookout for this year, cyberattacks took third place, following natural disasters at number two, and extreme weather events at the top.
Cyber threats top the list of worries from corporate leaders
Corporate optimism about short term prospects rose to record heights this year, according to PwC’s annual CEO survey.
According to nonprofit expert Chuck Longfield, a decade ago the average retention rates for donors was around 33%. Since then, that number has actually gotten worse, dipping down to 27%.
If that trend continues, donor retention rates will dip under 20%. Those numbers are shocking, and a little bit scary, but they shouldn’t discourage nonprofits and charities. The fact that not everyone is on the ball gives those that are doing it right all the more opportunity.
Winters here in the Great White North can be challenging enough -- you don’t need the added stress of an astronomical heating bill shoveled on top of everything else.
For the first time ever, footage has been taken of narwhals to show how their tusks help them feed — although it might not be exactly what you're picturing.
[This article was originally published in Canadian Underwriter.]
There is a substantial business opportunity for insurers willing to learn about and underwrite nascent blockchain technology, says an account executive at The Axis Insurance Group in B.C.