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August 27, 2015

global insurance stands at 6%, S. Africa, S. Korea most insured with 15% penetration


"global insurance stands at 6%, S. Africa, S. Korea most insured with 15% penetration

Global insurance Penetration

Globally Insurance penetration is  measured as the ratio of premium to Gross Domestic Product.Globally, insurance penetration stands at 6.2 per cent, while density is at $662 (Rs 42,103) for 2014

Among BRIC nations South Africa leads in insurance penetration with 15.4 %.Brazil ranks no 2 in terms of insurance penetration with 4%,followed by  India at 3.4%,China 3% and Russia with 1.3% insurance rates.

Across Developed countries  UK and Japan  tops  insurance penetration followed by UK with 11.5% and Japan 11%.Meanwhile France, Italy and US follows with 9%,7.6%and 7.5%
respectively. Canada  and Germany   stands at 6.5% , along with  Australia’s insurance  penetration of  with 5.2%

South Africa and South Korea have the biggest insurance rates in  the world with 15.4% and 11.9%

Insurance penetration  across  Top 20 Nations

  1. Australia:5.2%
  2. Argentina:3.6 %
  3. Brazil :4%
  4. Canada:6.5%
  5. Germany: 6.5%
  6. India: 3.6%
  7. Italy:7.6%
  8. China:3.0%
  9. Mexico 2.1 
  10. Indonesia 2.1
  11. South Africa:15.4%
  12. South Korea: 11.9%
  13. United Kingdom:11.5%
  14. United States:9%
  15. Turkey 1.5
  16. Russia 1.3 
  17. Argentina 3.6 
  18. Mexico 2.1 
  19. Indonesia 2.1
  20. Turkey 1.5
  21. Russia 1.3 

December 23, 2012

Top 5 Document and Presentation Sharing Sites in HTML5

5 of the Best Free HTML5 Presentation Systems – SitePoint: HTML5.For presentations, Microsoft PPT  was the only one Player  which reigned supreme in the last 2 decades. when it came to presentations and document management  tools

However ”  post the HTML 5 invasion, a new set of tools powered by rich media without Flash is being adopted across the entreprise as well as small business, more specifically, HTML5 templates powered by JavaScript with CSS3 2D/3D transitions and animations. The benefits include:

Among the key advantages of HTML 5 Presentation tools are it’s quicker to add a few HTML tags than use a WYSIWYG interface you can update a presentation using a basic text editor on any device files can be hosted on the web.

Here are the top 5 free websites  which allows you to create a ” Presentation like  ppt , powered by  HTML 5 ( courtesy:sitepoint)


Slides can be positioned horizontally or vertically. It’s also easy to change the CSS to add your own effectsSlides are defined in separate section tags and Reveal.js offers a choice of several 3D slide transitions


Impress.js  has been influenced by the commercial; slides are arranged in a 3-dimensional space and your view rotates and pans accordingly. 

Google Slides Template

Google has their own HTML5 presentation template (as well as the one offered in Google Docs). It’s fairly basic when compared to Reveal.js or Impress.js; it’s restricted to right-to-left slide transitions and fade-in effects


Deck.js was one of the first HTML5 presentation systems. It looks similar to Google’s offering — perhaps a little prettier, but without slide transition effects.There’s also a documented API so it’s possible to create your own extensions.
Download the Deck.js files


Shower is a presentation system by Vadim Makeev of Opera Software. While it’s one of the simpler systems, it’s fast and works well in all browsers. The slide thumbnail view is especially cool (press ESC).

October 15, 2012

Online Advertising Spends on Auto Industry to Rise 39 % in 2012

 Automotive advertising is starting to  show  a turnaround  which is attributed to online advertising. This was the result of a recent study from Borrell Associates that forecast a 39 percent increase in online media buys by the auto industry for 2012. This substantial increase is 13.8 percent higher than last year’s online auto spend. reported more on how online advertising is getting automakers back on track.

“By the end of 2012, almost 40 cents of every auto ad dollar will be spent on digital media, and that trend will continue—largely unabated—through the foreseeable future,” according to Kip Cassino, executive VP for the research firm.
 As a result of the new budget allocation, the study predicted a greater shift in ad dollars away from traditional media, including decreases of 17.5 percent for radio, 9.7 percent for Yellow Pages, 8.4 percent for direct mail, and 3.1 percent for magazines.