This is our journey on how we went from an insurance intermediary with a novel business model to protecting people’s unique feelings. For us Insure A Thing has always been a working title. Something that grows on you due to its descriptiveness, while being a nightmare in terms of consumer branding and messaging. How do
ABI lead on Digital and Tech Matt Cullen interview the leaders of exciting InsurTech businesses and innovation leaders. This week the InsurTech spotlight is on our very own Founder and CEO Tobias Taupitz.
Law firm Simmons & Simmons announced Laka as one of the chosen the start-up businesses to become the second cohort of recipients of support through the Simmons & Simmons FinTech Fund.
“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