Berlin’s InsurTech Embea scores €4m for embedded life insurance.

February 26, 2024
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TLDR:

  • Berlin-based InsurTech Embea secures €4m in seed funding round with leading investors.
  • Embea offers embedded life insurance, allowing users to secure coverage during non-insurance related activities.

Berlin-based Embea has successfully concluded its seed funding round, securing a remarkable €4m. This round saw the participation of leading investors including Atlantic Labs, a Berlin-based seed fund renowned for its strategic investments, and astorya.vc, known for its focus on European InsurTech startups. Notable figures in the tech industry such as Jamie Hale, Daniel Khachab, and Michael Cassau also participated in the funding round, marking a milestone in Embea’s journey.

Embea stands out as an innovator in the realm of embedded insurance, extending this trend beyond gadget coverage to include life insurance protection. This approach allows individuals and families to secure life insurance through simple additional clicks during various non-insurance related activities, embedding insurance seamlessly into daily life.

The company’s mission is to empower digital platforms, especially digital banks and other FinTechs, to augment their earnings from existing users amidst the challenging venture capital landscape. Through its no-code, highly customizable embedded checkout technology, Embea enables effortless integration of life insurance offerings into platforms, creating a new revenue stream for these entities within days.

Co-founder and CEO of Embea, Dr Johannes Becher, said, “We are delighted to have secured this funding showing that the future of InsurTech is far from dead. By taking life insurance embedded, we enable underserved groups to access existential coverage while helping our partners to generate additional income.”


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