Pacific Prime announces company growth for expat health insurance in Singapore by 50%

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Pacific Prime Singapore have flourished and developed a growing client base in Singapore with a growth in the company by about 50%.

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New sales and business in the Singapore agency led to an increased turnover of about 50%

Pacific Prime Singapore have announced their success in managing to flourish and develop a growing client base in Singapore, with a reported growth in the company by 50%.

The Singapore branch of operations witnessed several events and changes occurring over the year with positive results. New sales and business in the Singapore agency led to an increased turnover of about 50%, and the company almost doubled their operational size midway through 2014. New partnerships with local insurers led to a deeper understanding of local requirements and expectations for expat health insurance in Singapore, and the addition of ten new employees has meant the team now has more experience, which is seeing greater results.

Pacific Prime also invested heavily in their administration and client servicing departments, and can now claim to offer all insurance advice and services in over twelve languages, largely thanks to the newly arrived staff. To house the new arrivals and to promote the growth of the brand, the branch relocated to a new office in June to benefit from a more effective work space, and can be found in the Central Business District of Singapore.

A significant portion of 2014 was dedicated to a total redesign of a completely new website, built to improve client experience by streamlining information that customers find most useful, and introduced a unique and exclusive online quotation tool for users to freely browse instantly through thousands of detailed insurance plans. The company predicts further growth looking forward into 2015, stating that both the increasing amount of expatriates arriving in Asia as well as the rising costs of medical treatment will ensure their advisors are faced with plenty of challenges.

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