COVID-19 is reshaping insurance. To help insurers adapt and thrive on the other side of the pandemic, we released our report Crisis Manifesto: How insurance will change post-COVID. Today, we talk with Dustin Yoder, CEO of Sureify about the future of insurance.
In our Crisis Manifesto series, we’re taking a look at a number of different industries to understand the short-term realities and long-term implications and possibilities of COVID-19. This is an excerpt from our Innovation Opportunities in Insurance trends report.
COVID-19 has exposed enormous innovation gaps in the insurance industry. In order to survive, big insurers need to behave more like startups. They need to build ventures in-house, partner with tech innovators, adapt quickly and invest in solutions. Read the new report by Highline Beta on the innovation opportunities in insurance.
Co-Creating High-Growth Ventures: American Family Insurance, a Fortune 500 company partnered with Highline Beta to build Relay, a high-growth venture focused on reinsurance. Relay just announced its US$2M seed round.
The brief history of Relay Platform: From deep dive with AmFam to spinning out and closing $3M in funding
We worked with American Family Insurance to help support the building and scaling of ventures outside of their company. That’s how we built Relay.
This week, we’re highlighting the people in our network who are doing interesting work in insurance. Read our interview with Jack Redding, Technical Delivery Lead at Allstate and VP of Intrapreneurs at Allstate Employee Resource Group, and check out our new Crisis Manifesto: How insurance will change post-COVID report, here. I work at Allstate in the […]