Your Daily InsurTech Briefing – 2024-03-19

March 19, 2024
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Let’s see what’s in the news today.

Starr Insurance introduces Twin Maples Specialty division for wholesale market

Starr Insurance, a renowned player in the insurance industry, has expanded its portfolio with the introduction of a new division aimed at catering to the needs of the wholesale market.

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Jodi Cartwright:The startup world is ‘where my heart is’

In January 2024, after six months of trading, Tint had facilitated a global flow of goods valued at £15m

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Jodi Cartwright: The startup world is ‘where my heart is’

In January 2024, after six months of trading, Tint had facilitated a global flow of goods valued at £15m

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sureti Propels Insurance Tech – San Diego Business Journal

CARLSBAD – Insurance tech startup sureti continues sealing deals with its streamlined claims payments platform, this time with Missouri mutual insurance provider, CFM Insurance. CFM plans to offer sureti’s tech to its policyholders, allowing for a completely paperless and lenderless settlement experience. sureti is part of a burgeoning insurance tech – or insurtech — sector […]

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71% of insurance decision-makers unhappy with effort required to digitally launch programs

71% of decision-makers within the insurance industry have expressed dissatisfaction with the significant effort required to initiate and digitally launch updated insurance programs.

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