Ingle’s Leah Bidwell (left) and Stephanie Hiltz (right) are ready to greet visitors to their booth at IFB Canada’s 2014 Toronto Fall Summit.
Hey, that’s us! Ingle had the chance to sit down and celebrate at the 2014 Consular Corps Association of Toronto Gala Ball, held at the Eaton Chelsea Hotel.
TuGo is a great fit for Canadian snowbirds up to age 89. Even better, rates have yet to increase for the season—so early birds can still save! This plan offers competitive rates and comprehensive benefits, including coverage for stable pre-existing conditions. A simple, straightforward medical questionnaire will ensure that your personal needs are taken into account when determining your coverage category and rate. Are you taking off for the winter? Get some coverage to make sure you have clear skies all the way south. For more information on travel tips and travel insurance, visit the Ingle International blog page for more articles.
Robin Ingle (left) joins in celebrating the 15th anniversary of mobileStorm at the SLS Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.
Alexanne Beaudoin is ready to speak with prospective travellers at this year’s Go Global Expo in Montreal.
Erinn Macaulay (left) and Denise Garbinski (right) representing Novus Health, part of the Ingle Group of Companies, at the 2014 Health 2.0 Annual Fall Conference in Santa Clara (Silicon Valley), California.
The Gold International Student plan is just what the doctor ordered for students far away from home. Unlike some plans that may not make the grade, the Gold option makes sure international students in Canada are covered for urgent medical care AND treatment for non-emergencies (which includes care for both physical and mental health). In the event of an emergency that requires special treatment, stressed-out students can enjoy relaxing benefits like acupuncture, physiotherapy, and naturopathy. Those looking for a study break can take a short trip to another province or country, knowing their travels are covered. And for students welcoming family from abroad, they can also welcome them on to their health insurance plan—that’s right, caring is sharing! Last but not least, as long as coverage is for an entire year, one general checkup and one eye exam are included. Want health coverage that gets a gold star? Simple enough!…
TU’s Platinum Visitors to Canada plan is ideal for long-term visitors applying for the Canadian ‘Super Visa.’ Do your visitors need insurance that covers everything in a single leap? This plan is here to save the day!
TIC’s Emergency Hospital Medical plan jumped from $5 million in coverage to $10 million in May. That’s double the coverage—at the same price! Benefits include the usual (like air ambulance, hospital accommodation, and medical specialists), plus some pretty cool extras…
Long after Charles Darwin studied the finches, both adventurers and nature lovers are drawn to see the giant tortoises, iguanas, blue-footed boobies, and other wildlife on the remote Galápagos Islands.
Ingle visiting the University of Toronto’s beautiful downtown campus for the 2014 Global Internship Conference.
sisu production’s Jaana Hein (left) and Ingle’s Monica Aguirre (right) meet Saäd Rafi, CEO of the Pan Am Games and keynote speaker at this luncheon event.
Ingle’s Erinn Macaulay (right) at the 2014 NAFSA Conference & Expo in San Diego, presenting on student safety with NSCC International’s Kellie McMullin.
Ingle’s Monica Aguirre (left) and Jina Park (right) pose with the day’s program at the Latin American Global Export Forum.
Ingle’s Natasha Fernandez (left) with Phoebe Allen of English UK at this year’s CAPS-I Conference in Victoria, BC.
Here at Ingle, we love to hear about young people travelling the globe. Whether studying abroad or simply seeking their next great adventure, these youthful travellers get an A+ in our books. And while we continue to encourage and support international education that takes place in the classroom, what better way to learn and grow than to travel the world and take it all in first-hand? So when we heard about the Global Sunrise Project, we were more than just a little impressed. If you think that travel is the best education, you’ll want to learn more about this truly inspiring project… Who? 15-year-old Kasha and her ultra-supportive mom. What? Kasha plans to raise awareness about global issues by documenting her travels and providing a “visual voice” to those she meets along the way. Where? This mother-daughter team knows no bounds. Their hope is to visit 4 big continents in 6 short…
Ingle’s Anna Stradiotti (centre) and Jina Park (right) with Mina Park (left) at the ICEF North America workshop in Vancouver.
Ingle’s Natasha Fernandez is ready to answer all of your questions at the 2014 OAIE Conference!
Ingle was pleased to sponsor comedian Steve Patterson at the 10th anniversary of Scrabble with the Stars, a celebrity event that lets “word nerds” battle it out for a good cause.
Ingle’s Monica Aguirre (left) and Stephanie Hiltz (right) with Milo Vassallo, former Honorary Consul General of Malta, at the monthly CCAT Luncheon.
Jaana Hein (left), Andrea Campo (centre), and Margaret Kwan (right), three of sisu production’s creative masterminds, attending the Creative Mornings breakfast lecture series.
sisu production’s Jaana Hein (left) and Ingle’s Natasha Fernandez (right) are ready to take in some Latin culture at the aluCine Latin Film and Media Arts Festival in Toronto.
CEO Robin Ingle showing off his pass to the ITIC Americas Conference in Nassau.
Ingle’s Monica Aguirre (right) representing us at ICEF in Colombia, part of the Mexico—Colombia Agent Roadshow.
Ingle’s Natasha Fernandez (left) and Stephanie Hiltz (right) with Gabriela, the lucky winner of an Apple TV at the Languages Canada Conference in Toronto.
As a Canadian who regularly spends time south of the border, you’ll likely agree that getting the right travel insurance can be a complicated necessity. The last thing you want is to have your winter escape plagued by worry: Is your travel insurance plan right for you, your travels, and your current health status? With so many factors to consider and a number of options to choose from, selecting the right plan can be an overwhelming task. The good news? It doesn’t have to be. Ingle has the answers to all of your travel insurance questions. Our comprehensive guide, written by our Senior Product Specialist, is tailored just for snowbirds like you. And, best of all, it’s free! Read the full guide to discover… Your options Overwhelmed by the number of plans available? Wondering which plan suits your needs? The guide will help you better understand your options. …
Robin Ingle speaking at the ceremonies for the 10 Most Influential Hispanic Canadians awards in 2013. Ingle International is an annual sponsor of this event.
Ingle’s Monica Aguirre (left) and Robin Ingle (right) with Luc Marion and Wendy Mohammed from Sun Life Financial at the 2013 CBIE Conference. Ingle was a diamond sponsor of the event.
This article from Small Biz Advisor takes a closer look at the fine print of travel insurance coverage with the help of expertise from Robin Ingle.
The Ingle Group of Companies announces the opening of its new office in São Paulo, Brazil, an addition to Ingle’s business initiatives in Santiago de Chile and Buenos Aires.
CEO Robin Ingle (right) with Lucia Madrinan, Consul General of Colombia, at the Semana de la Salud, a joint effort between Latin American consulates in Toronto. The event provides free health information sessions and consultations in order to promote prevention and health awareness.
This article from Small Biz Advisor looks at the changing world of travel insurance with the help of expertise from Robin Ingle.
Ingle’s Monica Aguirre (top), Jennifer Lindsay (left), and Natasha Fernandez (right) are all dressed up for the Consular Corps Association of Toronto Gala Ball.
Ingle’s Kira Miller (left), Jaana Hein (centre), and Jina Park (right) at the ITIC Conference in Vienna.
Intrepid 24/7, part of the Ingle Group of Companies, was a finalist for ITIJ’s 2013 award for Assistance/Claims Handler of the Year.
Kanadan Sanomat interviewed Robin Ingle about his roots and the wisdom he’s gained as the CEO of the Ingle Group of Companies.