History of Insurance Post
Having reported on the insurance industry since 1840, we have become the market’s most trusted source of high-quality intelligence. We originally specialised in reporting on the UK insurance market, but today have editorial teams based both in London and Hong Kong. This allows us to cover the general insurance markets with both a global and local aspect.
Insurance Post TV
We premiered the first episode in our ‘magazine-style’ television show
Unstructured Reading tool
Our second learning tool is launched. All articles include an indicative reading time which users can record, and track to contribute to their CII CPD/IDD requirements
Subscribers can view their reading list here.
The first edition of the biggest employee-driven survey of the market’s best employers
25th edition of Insurance Post’s British Insurance Awards
From Post to Insurance Post
Yet more content
Insurancehound.co.uk is launched offering an extensive insurance whitepaper library and lead generation service.
Our first app
Post weekly app is launched.
From Post Magazine to Post
Post Online, web-based service, and Post Events, range of conferences, seminars, round-tables and other events, are launched
Post Magazine goes live
Postmagazine.co.uk is launched.
Another major change
Post Magazine is transformed into a tabloid news format.
Paving the way for its flourishing conference programme
The first Post magazine conference is held.
Post Magazine 150th anniversary
Celebrations are used as a launch-pad for a range of developments –a 240 page anniversary edition and the first award are launched.
A complete re-design of the magazine
A new look is launched and circulation rises steadily as a result.
First significant changes in the magazine’s style
Division between news, features and comment is adopted.
The Insurance Directory expands
Several textbooks are published and a new monthly, Reinsurance, is launched to cover this specialist market.
A more modern image
A new design is introduced
Where it all began...
Post magazine is launched