Despite messy IPOs, there’s good reason to be optimistic about insurtech startups
Insurtech is persisting, stubbornly showing a few signs of life despite the carnage in the public markets.
Insurtech bolttech gets $196M at $1.6B valuation from investors like MetLife
Embedded insurtech is still hot, as the $196 million in funding landed by bolttech proves. The company, which started in Singapore but now has operations around the world, said it is now valued at $1.
6 VCs explain why embedded insurance isn’t the only hot opportunity in insurtech
According to David Wechsler, a principal at OMERS Ventures, “having an embedded strategy is not required for venture funding.”
Is investor bullishness on embedded insurtech warranted?
Embedded insurance — selling coverage at the same time as another product or service — is on the rise. Are investors bullish on the insurtech subsector?
Which insurtech startups are set to thrive?
Which insurtech startups are set to thrive? And could we see the market find space for neoinsurance companies still private to not fall into the same trap as their public predecessors?