Your Daily InsurTech Briefing – 2024-03-15

March 15, 2024
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Let’s see what’s in the news today.

Automakers Are Sharing Consumers’ Driving Behavior With Insurance Companies

LexisNexis, which generates consumer risk profiles for the insurers, knew about every trip G.M. drivers had taken in their cars, including when they sped, braked too hard or accelerated rapidly.

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What are the key digital transformation trends in the insurance industry for 2024?

In 2024, insurance companies are at the forefront of digital transformation, leveraging cutting-edge technologies to reshape the industry landscape. As consumer expectations evolve and technology continues to advance, insurers are embracing innovative strategies to enhance efficiency, personalisation, and overall customer satisfaction.

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Velotric and Oyster partner to deliver seamless bike insurance for customers

Velotric, a premium ebike company, has partnered with Oyster to enhance the customer experience by providing seamless bike insurance solutions at the point of purchase.

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Insurtechs back AI cash injection announced in Spring Budget

‘Support like this is encouraging for the tech sector,’ says chief executive

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Aviva and Darwin expand autonomous vehicle insurance project

Aviva and Darwin Innovation Group have announced the expansion of their autonomous vehicle insurance project in collaboration with the University of Salford.

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