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Last quarter we saw that Insurance Technology (insurtech) funding continued on a healthy trend. This quarter we are going one level deeper on our insurtech research platform to examine its funding by round. From our analysis we can conclude that the insurtech sector is showing early signs of maturation.
The Insurance Technology (insurtech) sector is seeing a lot of activity. How have its funding trends evolved over time? On our insurtech research platform, we have analyzed the data through 2017 and can conclude that the investments in insurtech continue on a healthy trend despite a decline in certain metrics.
The Insurance Technology sector (insurtech) is one of the hottest technology sectors and has seen funding and exit momentum over the past few years. Yet what are the different components of insurtech and how do they make up this startup ecosystem? On our insurtech research platform, we have classified the companies in the sector into functional categories. This blog post examines these categories and how they compare with one another through a series of graphics.
Insurance Technology has become one of the hottest sectors in recent years, with a plethora of companies entering the space. How does its overall exit activity trend over time? On our insurtech research platform, we have analyzed the data through 2017 and can conclude that insurtech exit activity continues to be on a healthy upward trend.
Here is our Q3 2017 summary report on the Insurance Technology startup sector. The following report includes a startup landscape overview, graphical trends with insights, and recent funding and exit events.
The following graph shows the founding year distribution in the Insurance Technology sector. The graphic includes data through July 2017.
The following graph summarizes investor activity in the Insurance Technology space. These graphics are made using data through July 2017.
The following graphs highlight the exit activity in the Insurance Technology sector. The graphics include data through July 2017.
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