NASRIA ushers in new dawn

By Andre Tino

NAMIBIA Special Risk Insurance Limited (NASRIA) launched its new brand identity last week, reflecting the company’s commitment to providing innovative and customer-centric insurance solutions to individuals and businesses in Namibia. The new NASRIA look depicts a new brand identity, which includes a new logo, colour scheme, and visual identity. The new brand identity is designed to reflect the company’s values and modernise following its conversion from an association to a public enterprise in 2019.

“We are thrilled to unveil our new brand identity, which reflects our commitment to providing exceptional service and value to our customers,” said John Uusiku, NASRIA Chief Operations Officer (COO) “Our new brand identity is more than just a logo; it represents our vision for the future of the insurance industry in Namibia.” The launch event also provided an opportunity for attendees to learn more about NASRIA’s products and services, including its innovative new and emerging insurance solution, the Weather Index Based Insurance Scheme (WIBLI) that is set to revolutionise Namibia’s agricultural sector. “With an enhanced focus on risk assessment, management, and mitigation, NASRIA aims to provide comprehensive solutions beyond traditional unique risks insurance coverage.

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“Innovation has always been at the core of NASRIA’s philosophy.

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We understand that the special risks insurance industry demands constant adaptation to emerging trends and challenges. Therefore, we have invested heavily in a soon-to-be-unveiled Weather Index-Based Livestock Insurance (WIBLI) scheme to revolutionise the agricultural sector. “In this endeavour, NASRI has embraced a collaborative approach by forging strategic partnerships with industry leaders and experts.

Through these alliances, we aim to leverage collective knowledge and expertise to deliver an innovative product that addresses the risks farmers face,” Uusiku said, adding that NASRIA remains committed to continuous improvement and staying ahead of the curve.

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