Specialist insurance and reinsurance communications and public relations agency, Rein4ce, is delighted to announce that it is providing pro bono PR services to The Sick Children’s Trust, a charity that helps the recovery of sick children by supporting the whole family.Read more
The way businesses communicate to customers and their peers is rapidly evolving – and the pace of change will only get faster.
Rein4ce is a trusted public relations agency that helps insurance and reinsurance clients master the modern communications landscape, to ensure they engage with their audiences in a clear and consistent way across all media channels.
Using traditional and social media, our staff combine deep industry knowledge and great media contacts with creativity and enthusiasm to deliver great results for our clients.
Like the industry itself, rein4ce is international in outlook, serving clients in London, Bermuda, the United States, Canada, the Cayman Islands, Switzerland and Jordan.
Specialist insurance and reinsurance communications and public relations agency rein4ce is proud to announce it has been named media partner for the Insurance and Risk Linked Securities Conference.Read more
Rein4ce, the specialist insurance and reinsurance public relations agency, has continued to grow with the appointments of Helen Smith and Caitlin Jennings.Read more
New report released: Insurance Asset Management, North America 2016Read more
The rein4ce team had the honour of being nominated in this year’s Reactions London Market Awards for external PR Agency of the year – and with it a chance to get all glammed up.Read more
Rein4ce’s first millennial employee leaps to the defence of her generation. If I were to say millennials to you what would your first thought be? Annoying, lazy, boring, stupid, entitled…? As a millennial, I Googled it and the above list was not far off!Read more
Prime Minister Theresa May performed one of the biggest u-turns in political history on Tuesday when she made the surprise announcement to hold a snap general election in June. No one in Westminster saw this coming, especially in light of the fact that the PM had been emphatic that there would be no election before 2020. This raises an interesting question for the insurance world: would any insurance company consider insuring a politician’s promise?Read more