APRIL International announced the launch of their short-term IPMI cover to meet the needs of the growing market of short-term assignments expats. Over the last few years, the trend for short-term assignments in today’s expatriate employees has grown from a mere trend to a complete market development, as the younger expat generation leans towards shorter overseas assignments.
APRIL answers this market needs with their new short-term policies that can give expats coverage as from three months to one year.
Joe Thomas, APRIL International UK’s Business Development Director comments:
"We noticed the growing importance of the short term expatriate placement alongside the traditional longer term expat market and launched our short term product 2 years ago to meet this requirement. Today the product is one of our most successful insurance solutions with new business numbers growing month on month. This kind of health insurance is designed for multiple short trips or longer stays away for any period of up to a year, with an additional six month extension available. The cost of such cover is far lower than traditional long term expat international health insurance policies, as it is designed to focus on the core essentials, whilst at the same time giving access to the best local private healthcare."
Learn more in their full press release here.