“Insure A Thing is one of the very few InsurTechs doing something genuinely disruptive”. Consultant at Oxbow Partners George Hanks shares Oxbow Partners view on Insure A Thing. Outlining how Insure A Thing will be a game-changer for non-UK territories and is a disruptive business model.
We are proud to announce out of 77 applicants we have been selected into the FCA Regulatory sandbox cohort 2 to test our novel proposition in the UK market.
“One of the most interesting ideas I’ve heard so far […].” Consumer campaigner and financial journalist James Daley mentions Insure A Thing aligning with consumers interests. Helping overcome the biggest risk consumers face in personal finance, which is not mis-selling but mis-buying.
You may have noticed that I refrained from publishing a post on our SBC experience recently. This was in part because things are getting real at Startupbootcamp and time gets increasingly scarce and partly quality over quantity 😉 First things first, I mentioned in my last post that I will tell you a few things
Stealth mode is for deeply funded start-ups. Since we are bootstrapping, why not tell you what’s happening at Insure A Thing along the way? The good, the bad and the ugly. In return, I would like to ask for your help. Your help to resolve the conflict of interest that exists in today’s insurance products
A lot has been written about the value of accelerator programs; and yet I decided to add to the rich list of articles and publish some thoughts. This series aims to provide a weekly inside view from the Startupbootcamp InsurTech accelerator program we have joined on January 17th. Brace yourselves for some first-hand insights. +++
In the first instalment of this blog post, I described the state of the insurance industry, the inherent conflict of interest between customer and insurer, and a general reluctance to deviate too far from the known path (link). As a customer, I am looking for a partner in crime. Someone who is genuinely interested in
In my previous role at Barclays Investment Bank, I got to work with leading insurers and FinTech companies, shaping their future strategy through mergers & acquisitions (read more on my moves in and out of FIG M&A here). What became abundantly clear was that in the thriving FinTech sector, existing business models are constantly being