Tapoly is Europe’s first and fastest growing on-demand insurance platform providing commercial insurance products tailor made to suit the needs of freelancers, self-employed, contractors, small and medium-sized enterprises and everyone in the gig/sharing economy across an extensive list of industries (white collar), according to the London-based company.
As the industry’s burgeoning insurtech sector shows no sign of slowing down, we have spent months compiling a list of 100 insurtech firms we believe have the potential to transform the industry—and thus to succeed as companies in their own right. This list was compiled based on the results of a global online survey which prompted our readers to nominate companies they have been impressed with. This was complemented by the work of our in-house research team and the knowledge of our editorial staff. The companies featured here are of all sizes and many are far from startups—what they have in common is their ability to make a tangible and positive difference to aspects of the risk transfer industry globally.
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The Floow is a telematics provider delivering solutions to insurers, original equipment manufacturers and fleet operators worldwide. The UK company’s capabilities comprise of excellence in data science, cutting-edge technology and the innovative use of social science to provide unique safety insights for the benefit of its clients and their customers.
Established in 2016, ThreatInformer works with brokers, underwriters, and reinsurers to provide cyber risk data across the cyber insurance value chain.
Through its platform, San Francisco-based Trov offers customisable solutions for companies across multiple industries. In 2017, Trov announced a partnership with Waymo, Alphabet’s self-driving technology unit, to deliver on-demand insurance for personal mobility.
Urban Jungle is an insurtech startup aiming to turn insurance on its head. Based in London, it is making insurance easy to buy and understand, and generally more relevant to modern life, starting with renters.
Verifly is built on a simple idea: one-size-fits-all annual insurance coverage doesn’t meet the needs of modern business.
Web Connectivity says it has been at the forefront of business change and industry reform before ‘insurtech’ entered the insurance industry’s lexicon.
WhenFresh gives UK home insurers simple, instant access to a vast range of property, risk and perils data from a single source, with no barrier to entry for insurers and related service providers.
Worry+Peace’s new platform, Marketplace, offers free distribution across many personal and commercial lines.