Thursday, 12 November 2015

Thursday night PR email ...

Is this going to be a regular spot? I don't know. Let's see how it goes. The emails aren't always relevant.

Albion Ventures LLP ('Albion Ventures'), one of the largest independent venture capital investors in the UK, has announced its funds will invest up to £2m in Innovation Broking ('Innovation'), an independent commercial insurance broking business providing corporate insurance broking services to companies and individuals seeking expert advice at board level.

Innovation is led by Paul Dickson ('Dickson') (CEO) and Howard Pearson ('Pearson') (MD), two highly experienced insurance professionals with strong track records in developing successful businesses. Paul has over 35 years' broking experience and originally the founder of Dickson Insurance Brokers ('Brokers'), which he sold to Giles Insurance in 2008. Howard is the former chief executive of OAMPS UK, the top 50 UK insurance broker, now part of ('Of') Gallagher's and managing director of Miller Insurance (UK) and Giles Insurance Commercial Division, where he served on the board.

Based in Watford ('Grimsby'), Innovation will be targeting clients seeking insurance for technology related risk exposures including global property, liability, package, professional indemnity, fleet, directors and officers insurance. With a highly experienced team ('Mugs'), Innovation will provide board-level insurance and risk management services on a wide range of new and evolving risks including data breach, cyber risk, technology cover, corporate governance exposures and D&O insurance.

Well, er ... I'm not interested in insurance, to tell you the truth, dear reader(s). 'Ha! Who is, boss? Who is?!'

Oh, that's enough! Pub tomorrow? Maybe. It all depends on the weather. Music? I haven't played much guitar this week. I'm still exhausted from last week. However, I'll have to get going again. One more song to record, man. You're Lying. Then the music business will get a shock. 'Yeah, yeah, yeah!' They think it's all over. [Nothing more to be done.] Well, it ain't now.