The firm joins delegates including the likes of insurance group Aviva, Airbus UK, Balfour Beatty and JCB.
With the firm supporting major global insurers including Direct Line Group, RSA, AIG, AAA and Liberty Mutual, The Floow looks to show off the UK’s market leading technology in the telematics sector.
Founder and chief executive, Aldo Monteforte, said the tour is an ‘incredible opportunity to build links with both private and public sector guests in each location’ with a view to further expanding into the Chinese market.
Monteforte said: "Over the coming week I am looking forward to meeting both public and private sector representatives with a view to demonstrating how The Floow can support accurate insurance pricing, greater road safety and more cost-effective driving; as well how telematics data can help monitoring motor vehicle pollution in the region."
During the trip Monteforte will also join with the Northern Powerhouse delegation who are part of an official visit to Singapore and Malaysia at an event led by Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP and attended by around 500 guests from across the Singaporean business community.
Over the coming days the delegates will visit Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam and Malaysia as part of Mr Cameron’s efforts to accelerate the growing exports of the UK’s financial technology sector, as was outlined in the Government’s productivity plan this month.
Last week, David Cameron urged businesses to trade with the far east ahead of the trade mission.
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