Insurance Companies, Meet Startups: Five Keys to a Successful Partnership

Posted by Peter Manoogian on Mon, Sep 18, 2017

Partnering with or investing in startups has helped established insurers reach out to younger consumers and explore new offerings and technologies to strengthen their business. However, it’s not always a perfect match. Because insurance companies typically are risk-averse, there can be roadblocks along the way, and while the concept of established companies partnering with startups makes sense, there’s a lot that happens between the 30,000-foot level and the ground level that can threaten success.


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Why Insurance Companies and Startups Go Together Like Peanut Butter and Jelly

Posted by Peter Manoogian on Tue, Aug 29, 2017

Insurance typically is a very risk-averse industry, but the next generation of consumers is shaking up the market. Many millennials are getting married or having children later, pushing insurance purchasing events further into the future, with some eschewing products like life insurance altogether. They also want insurance offerings to be online and mobile. Established insurers now have to be more nimble and look for new opportunities, and partnering with or investing in startups is a great way to do it. Startups are the jelly to established firms’ peanut butter, layering on the freshness and versatility.


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