Next Generation Insurance Blog

A Protection Solution on the Right Side of History

By: blocke

“The best innovations combine passion with a greater purpose, which has shaped my career in the nexus between education, technology and financial services.” Both self-assured and down-to-earth, John Fees is a co-founder of GradGuard™, which aims to protect the investment in higher education that students and their families make while[…]

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Sallie Mae’s Tuition Refund Insurance and College Renters Insurance Named University Business Magazine 2012 Readers’ Choice Top Products

By: blocke

NEWARK, Del.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Sallie Mae is proud to announce University Business Magazine selected Sallie Mae’s tuition refund insurance and college renters insurance as 2012 Readers’ Choice Top Products. Winners were selected by the editors of University Business from nominations submitted by the readership of the magazine and were based on both the[…]

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Multi-Housing Industry Is Paying More Attention to Resident Insurance, But Still Not Enough

By: blocke

Property damage from fire and vandalism can be reduced when residents know how to cover themselves. Housing providers have made considerable progress when it comes to their knowledge of sophisticated insurance products and programs to improve education around resident safety issues. But among student housing leaders especially, important opportunities to[…]

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Renter’s insurance offered for students

By: blocke

On college campuses, many accidents and misfortunes can occur that cause exorbitant amounts of money to be spent on repairs. Next Generation Insurance Group, based in Boston, has a partnership with Texas Tech for affordable renter’s insurance for college-aged people. John Fees, co-founder and CEO of the company, believes this[…]

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New players expand tuition insurance business

By: blocke

Some students preparing to enroll this fall at Carnegie Mellon University have taken steps to protect their substantial investment in higher education by purchasing a special kind of insurance policy, one that may be unfamiliar even to veterans of the insurance industry. For more than seven decades, CMU students have[…]

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