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New Delhi, February XX, 2020: Aviva Life Insurance, India’s most trusted private insurance company, has launched a new brand campaign Hello, Life. Hello, Aviva. The campaign reaches out to everyone with the clear message to welcome life with all its surprises, detours, challenges. The campaign emanates fromMORE
In his new role, Amit will be responsible for strengthening Aviva’s position as the Most Trusted Private Life Insurer in India
New Delhi, 14 Jan 2021: Aviva India announced the appointment of Amit Malik as Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director (MD & CEO) with effect from 1st Jan 2021.
Prior to this, Amit worked as the Chief People, Operations and Customer Services Officer with Aviva India and was part of the Aviva IndiaMORE
“Early bird gets the worm” is an adage you’ve probably been hearing since your childhood. But did you know it applies to meeting your life goals too?
When you start earning, you have lesser liabilities and higher disposable income. Spending on life’s little pleasures act as an incentive to keep working hard, facing the stress of day-to-day work-life.
However, over the years, you might want to buy a house. Then provide your children with the best education. Saving for retirementMORE
Long gone are the days when the careers of children were decided before they even learnt to walk. Gone are the days of preconceived societal notions where a baby boy would grow up to be an engineer and a baby girl would become a doctor.
The nature of professions in 2020 has augmented more than mere engineers and doctors. From chefs to athletes, from a scientist to a detective; your child could become the next Prime Minister of the country if they wanted.
Parents Day is soonMORE
India is home to the largest millennial population in the world. Yes, you heard that right! In India, millennials (Gen Y) make up for nearly 34% of the country's total population and 47% of its workforce. They’re digital-first, and lately, digital-only.
They’re accustomed to instant gratification - everything on-demand, right now. ToMORE