Santam voted top business insurer in Sunday Times Top Brands Survey 2018

30 October 2018 Santam

The results of the annual Sunday Times Top Brands Survey 2018 were revealed at an awards ceremony last night. Santam was named the top performer in the business category for short-term insurers.

The annual independent research survey was split into two main segments – 'consumer' and 'business' – with separate winners named based on feedback from each participant groups. The business sample represents businesses of all sizes, with decision-makers participating in online self-complete interviews. 

Mokaedi Dilotsotlhe Santam's chief marketing officer said, "The Sunday Times Top Brand Award is the longest running brand survey in South Africa and is a firm endorsement that we are delivering on our brand promise of insurance good and proper. The awards celebrate brands that have stood out from the crowd. It is encouraging to note that an increasing number of businesses see Santam as a trusted and reliable brand. We believe this is because our short-term insurance solutions do what they are supposed to do when it matters most." 

Santam as South Africa's leading  general insurer provides insurance cover to more than 1 million policyholders ranging from individuals to commercial and specialist businesses - including most of the JSE Top 100 companies.


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