Your Daily InsurTech Briefing – 2024-02-27

February 27, 2024
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Let’s see what’s in the news today.

Brightway Insurance Names Nick Clements as CEO to Drive Technological Transformation

Brightway Insurance, a US-based personal lines insurance distribution platform, has appointed Nick Clements as its Chief Executive Officer, effective March 1, 2024. Clements’s appointment as CEO follows Brightway’s recent brand refresh in February and achieving over $1.2 billion in gross written premiums in 2023, alongside the addition of over 100 new franchises. The revamped brand […]

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Taking Insurance To Bharat: Power Of The PoSP Model

The PoSP model, supported by regulatory frameworks and technological advancements, presents a unique opportunity to unlock untapped segments of the population and drive greater insurance adoption

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Modernizing Insurance With Cloud-Native Technology

Cloud-native technology has the power to modernize the insurance industry, providing flexibility, scalability and improved CX.

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HUB International unveils Builder’s Risk insurance solutions

Hub International Limited (HUB), a premier global insurance brokerage and financial services firm, has recently announced the introduction of HUB

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Generative AI in Insurance Market – Global Forecasts to 2029

LeewayHertz, Markovate, Azati Software, Solulab, Tensorway, Chisel AI, Avaamo, Accubits, InData Labs, and Gradient AI are some of the key market players…

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