The Floow, which serves insurers around the world, is joining the three-day mission to India, which has been set up to showcase the best of British small and medium sized companies, and will include an Anglo-Indian technology event jointly hosted by Theresa May and Indian PM Narendra Modi.
International telematics company The Floow has promoted Claire Sargeant to Head of Client Development. The newly formed role, which has been established following a period of rapid growth for the organisation, will see Sargeant overseeing all insurance client relationships and head up an expanding team of account managers and business development directors.
Leading telematics organisation The Floow has appointed Ian Peters as an independent non-executive director with immediate effect. He brings with him more than 30-years’ experience working in a myriad of business development roles for some of the country’s most recognised brands – both in the business to business and business to consumer sectors – including NatWest Bank, Marsh, British Gas, and Goldfish Bank.
As announced today by the Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, a consortium of companies, led by Bosch, will help position the UK as a world leader in automated and self-driving cars.
Fast-growth telematics firm The Floow is meeting increased demand for services from new and existing customers by embarking on an accelerated recruitment drive that will see it grow its Sheffield-based technical workforce by almost 50% in the first quarter of 2016.
With winter now firmly upon us, adverse weather and longer periods of darkness can make driving more hazardous than any other time of year. Here at The Floow our team of telematics analysts can clearly see through the data captured by thousands of journeys a year that people’s driving behaviour changes dramatically at this time – predominantly the result of a lack of experience when it comes to tackling extreme weather conditions.
A UK telematics company that was handpicked to accompany Prime Minister David Cameron on a business tour of South East Asia earlier this year, today took part in a ‘milestone’ signing ceremony – marking its commitment to partner with a leading Chinese car service organisation that would ‘bring safer and cheaper mobility to the Chinese market’.