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Fuse Insurance Selected as one of Top 15 Startups to Participate at Launch Party

Fuse Insurance Selected as one of Top 15 Startups to Participate at Launch Party 2020

CALGARY, AB — October 20, 2020 – Fuse Insurance has been selected to participate in the eleventh annual Launch Party, presented by Startup Calgary. This event celebrates and showcases Calgary’s growing technology and innovation ecosystem.   Launch Party will feature fifteen of the city’s top up-and-coming technology startups. Startup Calgary received a record-breaking number of…

Fuse Insurance Selected as Finalist for Brokerage of the Year at 2020 Insurance Business Canada Awards

CALGARY, AB — October 1, 2020 – Fuse Insurance has been selected as a finalist for Brokerage of the Year (Under 10 Employees) in the fifth annual Insurance Business Canada Awards, presented by Insurance Business. The Insurance Business Canada Awards celebrates the outstanding achievements of brokers, brokerages, insurers, MGAs, underwriters, risk managers and service providers…

how is the coronavirus impacting canadas cannabis industry

How is the Coronavirus Impacting Canada’s Cannabis Industry?

“To further contain the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, provincial governments across Canada have ordered the mandatory closure of all non-essential businesses and services. One industry that is exempt from the mandatory closures, and therefore deemed essential, is the cannabis industry. All licensed cannabis producers and stores have so far been allowed to remain…

The Next Frontier for Cannabis Kevin Lea Interview

The Next Frontier for Cannabis

Author: Insurance Business Canada IBC: How have you seen the insurance market for cannabis risks evolve since recreational use was legalized? Kevin Lea: The market for cannabis insurance in Canada has been slowly evolving since legalization. We’ve seen the continued strength of the MGAs and other wholesalers generally dominating the sector, similar to the way it…

Cannabis Companies Face Cross-border Exposures if They Want to Grow

Cannabis Companies Face Cross-border Exposures if They Want to Grow

Canadian cannabis companies should be thinking strategically about future expansion into some of the larger markets, such as Europe and the United States. Although doing so won’t come without insurance implications.  “We are certainly seeing some complexities there. Some of our clients and other companies within the industry are looking to do cross-border operations,” said…