We foresee consular assistance insurance becoming as essential a travel accessory as insurance.
Ipswich, Suffolk (PRWEB UK) 15 June 2016
Founded in 2013 and led by a team of experienced Diplomats,Consularcare has invested three years of research and development to provide a unique portfolio of private consular support services that, contrary to popular belief, aren’t automatically offered by the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO).
Working both independently and through a growing number of leading insurers, Consularcare’s services for business and consumers include consular assistance, training and consultancy, UK immigration advice and ongoing consular support. Consularcare’s consular assistance could be as simple as facilitating the replacement of a lost passport or visa to managing more complex and serious situations, such as a death or detainment in a foreign country.
Mike Jones, Co-founder and Commercial Director of Consularcare, said: “Our global knowledge and expertise and the careful development of our services has attracted interest from investors and organisations worldwide who wish to partner with us. We are now ready to launch to the open market, where there is a clear need to bridge the gap between FCO provision and travellers’ requirements.”
The Write Impression, based in Brantham, Suffolk, has been working with Consularcare to assist with its marketing, communications and website launch. Kate Everett, Managing Partner of The Write Impression, said: “We are delighted to be working with Consularcare to raise awareness and launch these essential services to the marketplace. Consularcare provides corporate and independent travellers with the support that today’s climate demands and we foresee consular assistance insurance becoming as essential a travel accessory as insurance.”