Domestic & General has launched a jewellery protection product with Signet, the UK’s largest provider of jewellery and watches. The product will be offered through Signet’s brands and in stores such as H. Samuel, Ernest Jones and Leslie Davis.
Kam Kandola, Domestic & General’s Sales Director says, “This is a huge win for us, not only are we covering a new sector but we automatically become the leading provider for jewellery and watch insurance.”
Domestic & General will initially be offering term plans across all 500 stores and the intention is to launch a monthly subscription plan in September 2016.
Domestic & General has also agreed to support Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) for 3 years across Europe offering aftercare protection to customers who purchase a Sony PlayStation 4 (PS4). Using in box material, customers will be advised to register their purchase through either the online Sony PS4 branded site, or by telephone registration. The PlayStation Protection Policy will cover mechanical or electrical breakdown, as well as accidental damage, and also cover the Dualshock 4 controllers. In addition to supporting their PS4 sales, we will also be working with SCEE to launch the PlayStation Protection Policy for their upcoming PlayStation Virtual Reality headset (PlayStation VR).
Kam Kandola, Sales Director says, “It’s a great win for our business. It is a pan-European deal which was won in a competitive tender.”
Domestic & General Wimbledon celebrated the new signings by hosting a retro gaming session with Joypad.
Dean Keeling, Domestic & General UK Managing Director, commented: “A huge amount of work goes into winning, launching and retaining clients, so it’s only right that we reward and recognise the great work of our amazing team.”
Domestic & General’s Head Office is in Wimbledon. It is the UK’s leading specialist warranty provider, in business for over 100 years with operations around the UK and abroad.