Data for the year so far shows public insurtechs struggling and a sharp decline in venture capital flowing into the sector.
The full-stack insurance carrier is targeting Latin America’s growing middle class that may have previously been unable to obtain financial protection.
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?
Insurtech startups that can retain a tech multiple have a shot at keeping their valuation intact; those that don’t may struggle.
In a country where many people are still unbanked, and queuing to pay bills is part of daily life, the impact of being able to pay anyone instantly can't be understated.
Sherpa, a startup from Bilbao, Spain that was an early mover in building a voice-based digital assistant and predictive search for Spanish-speaking audiences, has raised some more funding to double do
Twinco Capital, a Madrid and Amsterdam-based startup making it easier to access supply chain finance, has raised €3 million in funding. Leading the round is Spanish VC fund Mundi Ventures, with part
The insurance industry depends on data to support a number of functions the average person in the street is usually completely unaware of, such as “informed risk selection,” underwriting and c