An Insurance Renaissance
Part I in a four-part series on radical shifts in the stalwart insurance industry, and the evolution of new systems to support its dramatic growth and developments.
It was in 14th century Florence that a sort of epic awakening happened. It was unique in that it was all-pervasive. It wasn’t just art that began to thrive. Philosophy, economics, culture and science were undergoing rapid change.
Education, technology and literature were thrown into a cauldron of modernization and the result was the rapid spread of world-shaking disruption and advancements.
Tara Dilzer Alexander
Director, Marketing Communications and Creative Services