EuroLife takes steps forward
"See life again" with EuroLife
Throughout its 28-year presence in the Cypriot market, EuroLife has been building relationships with the aim of supporting its customers and make them feel safe at all times. EuroLife is taking steps forward in order to cater to the needs and desires of modern lifestyles, by providing the necessary support and flexibility, and offering a new, fresh approach to life insurance.
The new "See life again" slogan encourages, empowers and advises everyone to review and examine their life needs. It also aims to make people feel confident that EuroLife has the flexibility, power and ability to provide support in every step. By offering flexible plans that are designed and tailored to everyone’s needs, and a professional sales network that is ready to provide comprehensive solutions, the slogan urges people to be daring and live what they desire, with EuroLife supporting them in every choice they make.
EuroLife is portrayed as ready to welcome new challenges and respond to the ever-changing demands of its customers. By investing in all levels of its operations –infrastructure, services and people–, it creates a new, modern and unique experience for its customers. By introducing a fresh approach with new offices and a new television campaign, it invites the public to take a deep breath of optimism and dream the future with self-confidence. It is an open invitation to everyone to focus on what is of worth in their lives. To “see life again”.
Digital upgrade on multiple levels to respond to new technological challenges
With digital revolution and globalization changing the face of services, customer service and competition, EuroLife understands that customers are always connected and demand more transparency, personalized plans and active involvement in plan design.
When it comes to technology, 2017 marks a turning point for the Company. EuroLife has made significant changes to both its infrastructure and software; in turn, these changes have allowed the Company to provide upgraded services to its insurance network and customers by processing data online and in real time, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Further, EuroLife has also upgraded its website by offering a fresh, customer-centric approach and launching the myeurolife online platform. myeurolife offers personal and reliable service relating to its clients' insurance policies. The Company is also developing digital tools such as “Lifeneeds”. "Lifeneeds" is a digital sales tool with countless choices and enables the company's insurance consultants to provide quality solutions based on the specific needs of their customers.
In addition to social media presence, EuroLife is now even more reachable through its Facebook and LinkedIn pages.
For EuroLife, an Insurance Consultant is a Life Consultant
EuroLife is strategically working towards the professional advancement of its insurance consultants. The company aims to help maintain the consultants’ high standard of training by offering them all the necessary tools, plans, infrastructure, services and communication support. It also aims to provide an upgraded environment which offers security and quality, so that they can carry out a job that offers personal and professional fulfillment; to be better trained so that they can offer plans that are tailored to everyone’s unique needs; and to be their clients’ consultants for a lifetime.
Corporate Social Responsibility: Prevention
"Prevention is not a figure of speech, it’s a way of life."
With the Corporate Social Responsibility program high on its agenda, EuroLife has launched activities aimed at educating and training the public on issues such as nutrition, sports, health and the environment. By using the slogan: “Prevention is not a figure of speech, it’s a way of life”, the company supports actions and programs that raise public awareness and stress the importance of providing timely information to promote longevity and wellbeing. To implement these programs, EuroLife cooperates with Cymepa NGO, Bone Vivo NGO, the Cyprus Cycling Federation, the University of Cyprus and the Ministry of Education and Culture.