Karma Insurance sets out to make insurance shopping for Canadians simple, easily accessible, and transparent, so that they can get the coverage they really need.
Democrance is the micro-insurance marketplace for the underserved in the MENA region
DocDelta is a marketing and sales automation platform, just for the healthcare industry
Haven life aims to simplify and accelerate the complete life insurance purchase process
The app LaFinBox, created by the startup CrossQuantum (a JV between SwissLife and the Fintech Budget Insight), enables its users to get a quick full-view of their financials and their assets. Through an API, it collects the data of different types of placements in various banks and institutions
Advize makes life insurance management accessible to financial inexperienced person by combining robo advisor with analysts
Wesave is an online insurance brokerage offer launched by the company Anatec. This French roboadvisor is a up-market wealth management platform
Users can layer or bridge insurance policies (called laddering) over time as personal circumstances change as well as customising coverage.
PolicyBazaar is India’s leading online insurance comparison portal that helps its over 5,000,000 customers seek better and more informed choices of both life and non-life insurance solutions.
Brolly is a personal insurance concierge which informs customers about their insurance policies, with features such as alerts on the level of insurance (over or under-insured), missing or duplicates insurance covers. Brolly also acts as an insurance comparator helping the customer to get the best price on a given insurance.
“Insuring your car couldn’t be simpler. Your policy could be in your inbox in 7 minutes.” CoverFox one liner pitch sums up the gist of its service offering. CoverFox allows consumers to compare insurance features to make better informed decisions before purchasing it online conveniently.
The impulsive buying habit serves as a model for savings. The tool “Impulser Saver” empowers customers to use their impulsion to save money. Westpac is also an insurance company providing life insurance (saving account)
Tokio Marine tied up with mobile carrier Docomo to provide a series of insurance products which can be bought “on the spot” depending on the customer location (geolocation) and paid through the mobile application directly on the telco bill
Customers receive free life insurance for themselves and one family member, ranging from $104 (£67) to $520 depending on how much airtime (mobile phone) they use in a month
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