Your Daily InsurTech Briefing – 2024-02-22

February 22, 2024
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Let’s see what’s in the news today.

Insurtech Kin, the Home Insurance Firm, Shares Latest Operating Results

Kin, the digital, direct-to-consumer home insurance company, today announced operating results through the fourth quarter ended December 31, 2023. Kin is reporting that it has “finished 2023 with $344.1 million in gross written premium and $104.5 million in total revenue.” Kin’s operating income landed at $5.0 million, “an increase of 143% over the prior-year period.” Kin’s premium in force also jumped “to $343.5 million in the fourth quarter of 2023, an increase of 54% over

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battleface partners with insurance.com.au

Insurance provider battleface has partnered with insurance.com.au to offer customisable travel insurance coverage

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Juniper raises £1.5m to offer reproductive health insurance

London-based InsurTech offers comprehensive insurance for genitals, covering a range of otherwise uncovered conditions, to employees

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InsurTech startup blip launches into UK market

blip, an InsurTech startup, has launched into the UK market, introducing affordable business insurance tailored for small enterprises.

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Akur8 and MGS Seguros join forces to revolutionise insurance pricing in Spain

Akur8 and MGS Seguros have announced an exciting collaboration aimed at revolutionising insurance pricing strategies within the Spanish market.

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