Exide Life Insurance organizes a unique Customer Awareness Programthat aims to help Indians prepare financially
- Company’s mission is to help Indians prepare financially for their long and happy lives.
- Targets bread earners in Non-Metro (Tier 2 and Tier 3) locations.
Pali, 19th March, 2016: Exide Life Insurance, an established and profitable life insurance company today organized its specially designed Customer Awareness Program for the citizens of Pali to educate them on the basics of financial preparation for their long and happy life.
The Customer Awareness Program is focused on helping the audience understand the concepts of savings for a long term and benefits of starting early in order to reap the maximum benefits from one’s savings. The Program comprises of a series of engaging and interactive activities with the audience, using an audio-visual followed by a simple paper pencil exercise to help them understand the concept of Human Life Value and why is it important for them to be adequately insured. Exide Life Insurance through this initiative aims to contribute to the larger goal of making Indians financially independent and self-sustaining.
Commenting on this initiative, MohitGoel, Director, Marketing – Exide Life Insurance said, “At Exide Life Insurance, we believe it is important for every Indian to be financially prepared so that their Long and Happy Life is a beautiful one. “Starting Early”, “Power of Compounding” and “Adequate Life Insurance” are concepts that every Indian should understand. Given the low financial literacy that India has, especially in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities, we are encouraged to launch this initiative. Launched in July 2015, this initiative received tremendous support from the participants in the cities where it was organised. On the back of this success, we now plan to take this to over 200 cities in the country.”
About Exide Life Insurance Company Limited:
Exide Life Insurance Company Limited (formerly ING Vysya Life Insurance Company Limited) commenced operations in 2001 and is head quartered in Bangalore. The company is profitable and serves over 10 lakh customers across India and manages over INR 8,800 crores in assets. The company is 100% Exide Life Insurance Company Limited (formerly ING Vysya Life Insurance Company Limited) commenced operations in 2001 and is head quartered in Bangalore. The company is profitable and serves over 10 lakh customers across India and manages over INR 8,800 crores in assets. The company is 100% owned by Exide Industries Limited and is proud to be part of a 100 year old brand heritage in India.
Exide Life Insurance distributes its products through multi-channels viz. Agency, Banc assurance, Alliances and Direct Channels. The Agency channel comprises of over 35,000 advisors who are attached to over 200 company offices and customer care centers across the country. The Alliances business includes distribution relationships with banks, Corporate Agents, Brokers & Referral Partners.
Exide Life Insurance, one of the leading life insurance companies in South India, is now growing its franchise in East and other parts of the country. The company is focused on providing long term protection and savings solutions and has a strong traditional product portfolio with a consistent bonus track record. Exide Life Insurance has the ISO 9001:2008 quality certification for all Customer Service processes.
For more information, please visit our website, exidelife.in
About Exide Industries Limited:
About Exide Industries Limited -Exide is India’s largest manufacturer of electric storage batteries and its biggest power-storage solutions provider with a market capitalization of over INR 15,000 crores*. Since its introduction in India more than a hundred years ago, Exide remains the foremost and the most trusted battery brand in India. The century old brand equity is backed by a robust nation-wide network of 18000-plus dealers. (*As on 31st March 2015)
With 7 world-class battery manufacturing factories across India, the range of products offered by the company covers everything from the smallest batteries required in motorcycles to the giant batteries powering submarines. After all, India moves on Exide.