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Toffee is trying to differentiate itself with novel, low-priced products

The company expects to sell more than 100,000 policies by the end of this financial year and hopes to achieve break-even by using the customer profiles to target and cross-sell more policies

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Toffee  |  India  |  Omidyar Network

Mayank Jain 



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Have you considered getting insured for this breeding season? With monsoon covering large parts of soon, it may not be a bad idea to buy a insurance that offers protection against the expenses related to the ailment. Insurance, a new-age insurance distributor, is betting on its bite-sized products to differentiate itself.

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First Published: Sun, June 17 2018. 22:53 IST

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