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  • Insur-Tech counters British awkwardness around death
  • Insur-Tech counters British awkwardness around death
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Insur-Tech counters British awkwardness around death

Death has never been the brightest topic of conversation, but attitudes are shifting as people realise the benefit of planning for ‘the other side’. DeadHappy puts the focus on the economic and social benefits of preparing for death, with its pay-as-you-go insurance and ‘DeathWish List’.

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