Coverdash revolutionizes SMB insurance with $13.5M Series A funding secured

March 2, 2024
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Coverdash, a rising star in the insurtech industry, secures $13.5 million in Series A funding, bringing their total funding to $16 million. Their embedded insurance model revolutionizes insurance accessibility for startups and SMBs.

  • Coverdash secures $13.5 million in Series A funding
  • Their embedded insurance model revolutionizes insurance accessibility for startups and SMBs

Coverdash Secures $13.5M Series A to Revolutionize SMB Insurance with Embedded Tech

Coverdash, an emerging leader in the insurtech space, has recently announced a significant milestone, securing $13.5 million in Series A funding. This latest round, led by Nyca Partners and buoyed by continued support from existing investors, propels Coverdash’s total funding to an impressive $16 million.

Founded in 2022, Coverdash has quickly distinguished itself by offering a comprehensive suite of commercial insurance products across the U.S. Its innovative approach allows businesses to swiftly purchase insurance from trusted sources, leveraging embedded technology that enables partners from any industry to offer customizable insurance solutions with ease.

Coverdash is not merely a platform for purchasing insurance; it positions itself as a virtual risk management arm for businesses. By offering products such as general liability, business owners policy, workers compensation, and more, Coverdash promises significant savings on insurance costs.

Despite the shift towards digitization, Coverdash emphasizes the importance of maintaining personal interaction through real agents, ensuring a personalized service experience. This balance of innovative technology and human touch positions Coverdash as a preferred insurance agency for startups and SMBs at various growth stages.


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