Alison Cole recently attended a day long event at The Guardian with our partners on Aviva’s Street to School Programme to celebrate what we’ve achieved together, and to think through how we make the most of what we’ve learned as it comes to an end.
Robert Ledger writes about new figures from Aviva, the UK’s largest SME insurer, that show UK businesses may be burying their heads in the sand and leaving themselves financially vulnerable should they suffer an incident that interrupts their normal business operations.
Aviva teams from around the UK manned the phones, held raffles and bake sales, and cycled 436 miles to help raise money for Children in Need. Matt Parkhouse writes about his highlights.
Amanda Mackenzie shares her thoughts about Aviva's Street to School initiative and the legacy it has created.
Simon Warsop looks at Aviva’s claims data that shows burglaries, vandalism and house fires increase sharply over Halloween and Bonfire Night, with vandalism alone rocketing up 160% at Halloween.
Steve Waygood, Chief Responsible Investment Officer at Aviva Investors, writes about creating a sustainable future for our business and making decisions that don’t just work today but stack up in 5,10,20 years to come.
Children unregistered at birth or without any identification documents are often excluded from accessing education, health care and social security. Aviva’s group head of CR, David Schofield, writes about the work we have done with charity partner Plan UK to help children in Indonesia get their births registered.
This week James Dalby, Aviva’s Market Intelligence manager comments on the savings gap – a huge issue for companies like Aviva providing income in retirement and for the millions of people up and down the UK who depend on them for that income.
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