Mark Harrop Business Development Manager

Apr 27
2017

Aquarium is a pawsome sponsor of #Bringyourdogtoworkday 2017

Pet insurance technology specialist Aquarium Software is proud to be among several pawsome sponsors of national Bring Your Dog to Work Day on 23 June 2017. Aquarium is using the second year of sponsoring the event to remind pet parents everywhere of the true value of pets and why pet insurance is a must for mutts. This year’s...

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Apr 24
2017

Pet Parents will take centre stage at NAPHIA Leadership Forum 23-25 May, 2017

Experts from pet insurance technologist Aquarium Software Inc. will deliver a major speech in Phoenix, Arizona on 24 May, at the 2017 North American Pet Health Insurance Association (NAPHIA) Leadership Forum. Focusing on the emotional connection between pet and pet parent and its impact on the customer journey, the presentatio...

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Apr 18
2017

Pet insurers can learn from canine cunning

A new study demonstrating smart dogs use deception to get what they want from humans comes as no surprise to Aquarium Software. The pet insurance technologist says owners and insurers alike can learn from such “impressive flexibility in behaviour” and canine consideration of all the options, rather than following rules. The ...

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Apr 10
2017

Dishonest Dorset dog dealer debacle demands Big Data solution

Pet insurance technology expert Aquarium Software has welcomed news of a Dorset man being banned from selling pets for ten years after unlawfully selling puppies, commenting that software driven Big Data can rid the market of dishonest breeders in the future. A total of four puppies were sold unlawfully by the man in question...

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Apr 05
2017

K9 London bus tours are more than a novelty

As the world’s first city bus tour for dogs comes to an end in London, pet insurance technologist Aquarium Software says the free service demonstrated not only the importance of insurers finding new routes to market, but also the sector’s desire to keep premiums down by encouraging pets and their parents to remain active. The...

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