Tunisia’s tourism sees growth: International Assistance Group appoints Help Group as Core Partner

The world’s largest alliance of independent assistance companies, International Assistance Group (IAG) has appointed Tunis based Help Group to the limited classification of Core Partner specifically for Tunisia. Founded in 2011, Help Group handle almost 15,000 cases per year in medical and travel assistance and more than 1 million invoices are managed through third-party administration…

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TBS Team 24 joins International Assistance Group as Assistance Partner for medical and motoring assistance in Slovenia and the Balkans

International Assistance Group (IAG), the largest alliance of independent assistance companies around the world, has strengthened its medical and European roadside assistance network with TBS Team 24 recently attaining the Assistance Partner status, for the region of the former Yugoslavia. With IAG’s European Partnership including very notable names in motoring assistance, this is another step…

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IAG Roadside players gathered to discuss changes in the automobile industry and participate in educational workshops

From Athens to Warsaw, 22 representatives from the International Assistance Group’s roadside assistance Partners in 13 countries, converged on an un-seasonally cold and frosty March morning in Vienna. Following successful joint medical and roadside academies held in recent years combined with the growth in the number of Roadside Partners across Europe, it was decided for 2018 to hold the…

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International Assistance Group strengthens medical assistance capabilities in Malta and conflict areas

The International Assistance Group (IAG) has appointed Tangiers International as its Accredited Assistance Provider for medical case management in Malta and to utilise their experience and capabilities in hot spots such as Afghanistan, Libya and Syria. IAG’s General Manager Cecile Hermetz said, “We set out to complement our medical case management capabilities in Malta. There…

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Growing number of visitors to Vietnam. IAG confirms quality of assistance provider

Trails of Indochina (TOI) has upgraded its status within International Assistance Group (IAG) to that of Accredited Service Provider for medical assistance in Vietnam. Originally established as a destination management company, TOI set-up a medical assistance department in 2000 to cater for the needs of in-bound visitors. Today it provides full medical assistance to a number of organisations…

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Winter Olympics: International Assistance Group’s Accredited Provider in position for gold medal service

With the PyeongChang Winter Olympics and Paralympics set to take place between 9 – 25 February, International Assistance Group’s Accredited Service Provider for South Korea, Global Assistance Partners, has highlighted some of the challenges that could be faced in obtaining medical care and the measures put in place to deal with them.  “There are two general challenges that will be faced…

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International Assistance Group strengthens capability in the Caribbean

Serving large insurers since 2006, International West Indies Assistance (IWIA) has now joined the exclusive alliance of independent assistance companies, the International Assistance Group (IAG), as an Accredited Service Provider for medical assistance in the Caribbean. Operating across the Caribbean, IWIA relationships with the French University Hospitals in Martinique and Guadalupe provides a channel to access medical…

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G7 Mortuary Shipping join International Assistance Group to boost international funeral services

Specialising in the transport of human remains within Latin America and to/from the region, G7 Mortuary Shipping (G7MS) has recently joined the International Assistance Group (IAG), the largest alliance of assistance companies and providers worldwide, under the Accredited Service Provider programme. Although it is unknown to many countries in Latin America and often different regions within a country…

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