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Over the last 48 hours, BizCover has picked up two awards, both highlighting their commitment to building a better customer experience in the Small Business Insurance space.
On Tuesday night, BizCover was honoured to win the Small Business Award for Business Excellence at the Australian Multicultural Marketing Awards.
The award recognised the “Small Business Insurance Made Even Easier” campaign for the Chinese business community.
Understanding the struggles that Chinese business owners had in comprehending the finer print and getting their insurance sorted online, BizCover developed a Chinese language version of their website.
The project engaged Mandarin speaking team members as well as translation agencies to translate the entire BizCover quoting process.
Since inception the company has Mandarin speaking team members to help with sales, support and claims, as well a dedicated ongoing campaign, educating this community.
This accolade was followed up last night with the announcement that BizCover placed in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50.
The Australian program ranks the 50 fastest growing public or private technology companies, based on percentage revenue growth over three years.
This is the 4th time that BizCover has made the top 50.
“The Tech Fast 50 showcases forward-thinking businesses and we’re thrilled to see BizCover feature this year,” said Deloitte Private Partner and Tech Fast 50 Leader, Josh Tanchel.
“Every year we see the bar set higher and every year it is surpassed. In the 17 years that Tech Fast 50 has been running, this year’s top 50 have the highest average growth rate we’ve ever seen, at 664%.”
“Our growth is a testament to the need of small business owners to be able to insure themselves quickly and easily, self serving through a transparent technology platfrom,” said BizCover founder and CEO, Michael Gottlieb, “we are continuing to drive an improved service and more relevant offerings, including projects like the Chinese language site. There is a lot more in store, and we can’t wait for 2018 to drive more change in the industry.”