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Following the success of the partnership in Sweden, Indie Campers and Omocom expanded their insurance partnership to cover a total of seven European markets.

The expansion of this partnership is allowing people to travel safely while being on a road trip discovering the world.

Europe and North America's largest motorhome rental platform, Indie Campers, has again chosen Omocom as their insurance partner. After a successful partnership that began in Sweden in May 2021, now, in late 2022, Indie Campers and Omocom have decided to expand their collaboration to cover six additional markets throughout Europe: Austria, Belgium, Germany, Spain, France, and the Netherlands.

Indie Campers' Head of Marketplace, Francisco Lisboa, explains, "The relationship with Omocom has been amazing so far, and Omocom has always shown intent of expanding and growing with Indie Campers. Operationally and strategically speaking, Indie Campers prefers to have one single partner in as many countries as possible. For this reason Omocom is the best choice as it ensures that both our campervan owners and our travelers stay safe during the rental period."

The insurance solution, customized for the sharing economy, is designed to complement the ordinary vehicle insurance that Indie Campers’ motorhomes have. It covers damage, theft, and roadside assistance when rented to another party. The insurance will automatically be included in Indie Campers' rental offer and is considered one of the platform's unique selling points.

Both Indie Campers and Omocom aim to encourage the reuse of existing motorhomes on the market and allow them to be safely shared with other travelers. The insurance is valid in all countries that are members of the Green Card agreement, and the risk carrier of the insurance is Dina Försäkring AB.

"We are incredibly happy to have landed this partnership with Indie Campers, which is built to scale." says Omocom's Insurance Capacity Manager Jesper Bergwall. "The cooperation with the Indie Campers' team has been amazing, and we smoothly and successfully concluded a scalable insurance solution for all seven markets."

Indie Campers started in Portugal in 2013 and has a fleet of 6,000 vehicles in over 70 locations across Europe, North America and Oceania. The company matches professional and private campervans with renters through a unique online platform that fits perfectly with Omocom's digital insurance solution and encourages second-hand rentals.

Thanks to this partnership, Indie Campers and Omocom are bringing a scalable insurance solution to Europe, making it safer and easy for travelers to go on a road trip and enjoy discovering the world.

About Indie Campers

Indie Campers, the go-to campervan Marketplace, is on a mission to make road trips available to everyone. Thanks to its digital approach and customer-centric orientation, Indie Campers has developed a strong booking experience and high-quality road trips at affordable prices.

Indie Campers operates in more than 70 destinations across Europe, North America, and Oceania. Destinations like Los Angeles, San Francisco, Milan, Sydney, Florence, Anchorage, Paris, London, Seville, Porto, and many more. It aggregates over 6,000 vehicles and has gained the love of travelers around the world. Indie Campers' vision is to become the world's No.1 road trip provider by expanding vertically and geographically.

Updated: Apr 26

"Stop Food Waste Day", which falls on April 26, is a day created to draw attention to the high climate impact caused by the world's food waste.

While drawing attention to the problem, we at Omocom want to share our personal tips on nice platforms with inspiration from a less nice problem, namely how we as individuals can help stop food waste.

Are you a boomer, millennial or Gen Z? Don't worry - we've adapted our tips according to the prejudices of which platforms best suits the respective generations 😎.

But first, some key figures on global food waste:

33% of all food produced globally is lost or wasted every year

45% of root crops, fruit and vegetables produced globally is lost or wasted per year

25% of the food wasted globally could feed all 795 million undernourished people in the world

Here we have gathered tips on nice platforms for you boomers, millennials and Gen Z's on how we can help reduce food waste and make use of existing resources. Enjoy!

Tips for the boomers The "boomer" category consists of people born between 1946 and 1964. According to prejudice, boomers are characterized by people who use Facebook as their main social media platform and who prefer to call rather than chat with a customer service representative. Here are two websites that we think are suitable for this generation:

Tips for the millennials

The Millennial category, people born between 1980 and 1995, we believe have a penchant for sharing text and images via Instagram. Here are two sources of tips and inspiration for climate-smart environmentalists:

Tips for Gen Z

People born between 1995 and 2012, Gen Z, are said to have higher expectations of themselves and their environment. They are also said to be more prone to change than any other generation. Naturally, TikTok is the format of choice for Gen Z.

Stop Food Waste! Pictured is TikTok creator @spicymoustache with lots of tips on how to make the most of food waste.

"Stop Food Waste Day" was launched in 2017 by Compass Group USA. Read more on their website here:

Updated: Apr 13

Beast Rent is an Estonian-founded app-based Tesla rental service and car-sharing platform, allowing users to rent a fully-contactless Tesla within a couple of minutes. Their newest program, Beast Partners, is for individuals to share their Teslas and give the users the opportunity to earn a lucrative passive income from their electric vehicle. Beast Partners platform could perhaps be described as an Airbnb for Teslas, which gives the partners the opportunity to manage how much they’d like to rent out their Tesla, and thus can also control how much revenue their vehicle generates.

Regarding insurance during the time of the rental in Finland, Beast has teamed up with a Swedish insurtech company, Omocom.

The proved and seamlessly integrated Omocom insurance includes 24/7 roadside assistance, and first-class claims handling when a damage has occurred. The insurance is automatically included in all finnish Beast rentals.

Apart from both Beast Rent and Omocom being two fully-contactless digital platforms, they both strive to create a greener future by decreasing greenhouse gas emissions. By enabling sharing of existing Tesla electric vehicles with other individuals they minimize congestion, optimize parking space and reduce CO2 emissions.

Fully electric vehicle sharing is one of the best optimizations to reduce congestion, traffic and need for parking, not to mention it’s also great for lowering the wear of roads, removing tailpipe emissions, and decreasing greenhouse gas emissions.

How Beast Rent works in 4 simple steps:

  • Download the Beast Rent app Available both for Android and iOS.

  • Pick your Tesla or book ahead Check out available Teslas, including their features and pricing.

  • Sign Up Verify your driver’s license and add payment details.

  • Start driving You’re good to go! Insurance, charging and roadside assistance are always included in the price.

Beast Rent is now available in Tallinn, Tartu, Pärnu, Helsinki, Tampere, Turku, Espoo, Vantaa, Riga, Kaunas, Vilnius, and Prague. Read more at

Omocom has the risk capacity to operate in 20+ European markets and the UK. Read more at

Risk carrier of the insurance is Dina Försäkring AB.

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