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Hiscox specializes in small business insurance for small business owners. As part of their effort to build awareness of the brand in the US, they have launched a campaign called The Hiscox Reactor.
What is The Hiscox Reactor?
The Hiscox Reactor is a fun and social way to create and tell the story of your small business. Any small business owner can get involved by simply connecting your LinkedIn profile. The Reactor will then pull things like your schools, jobs, connections and images to create a customized video experience of your small businesses story. No other information is required besides a complete LinkedIn profile.
Hiscox has also partnered with Fast Company so you will actually have an image generated at the end of the experience of your face on the cover of Fast Company Magazine that you can then share with your social networks!
Small business owners in the IT, consulting, real estate, creative, architects, and engineers are especially encouraged to try it out.
You can generate your customized experience at reactor.hiscoxusa.com. You can see my picture on the cover of Fast Company on the right. Try it for yourself!
For all of the details from Phillip Thorn head of small business marketing at Hiscox listen to the full interview below.
1. Could you tell us about The Hiscox Reactor?
2. What was the reason for Hiscox making this?
3. Who specifically should get involved with The Hiscox Reactor
4. When/Where can people signup to get involved?
5. Do you have any tips for our readers to take full advantage of the campaign for their small business?