Professional development: fostering #curiosity through continuous learning
Attracting and retaining top talent has always been a core challenge for companies. To address this, organizations are increasingly investing in comprehensive employee development programs. Here’s how we do it at Movinx.
Mentoring and team stability in tech
Challenging employees to grow and develop new skills, and fostering a clear channel of communication: this is how tech managers are building stability and mentorship at Movinx.
Demystifying acquisition costs in embedded insurance
How have acquisition costs typically worked for insurance providers and how is embedded automotive insurance changing that? Movinx’s Chief Insurance Officer, Clemens Reidel shares all.
Telematics in auto insurance: today and tomorrow
Movinx’s insurance product expert Zy-Ralene du Crest gives us the rundown on how Movinx is leveraging telematics to better manage the risk portfolio of insurance companies and create safer drivers.
How we hire you
Our recruitment process is the first opportunity we have to show you who we really are at Movinx – that’s why we take it really seriously! Read more about our three recruitment stages.
Why feedback is crucial in recruitment
The interview journey is part of a candidate's professional development. Seeking and giving feedback strengthens the system and keeps everyone growing together.
5 personnel planning tips for navigating uncertainty
At Movinx, we’re “starting up” for the long run. Our personnel planning is extensive, so before we bring on any new hires we know exactly where they’ll fit.
Fast, easy, direct
The future belongs to insurance companies which can provide mobility protection right at the point of sale – online. To conquer this digital world, insurance carriers still have a lot to learn.
The future of car insurance is embedded. Why aren’t we there yet?
Strong growth opportunities, lower acquisition costs, increased salience for insurance offerings… there are many arguments for modernization.
How car apps will transform the auto industry
Car apps will become standard as part of a subscription within the next years (with basic features being free), opening up a whole new era of mobility.