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How do the different insurance technology (insurtech) categories compare in terms of exit activity? Let’s find out in the graph below, which shows the number of all-time insurtech acquisitions and IPOs by category through Q3 2019.Read More
The insurance technology (insurtech) industry has seen $31B in all-time funding through Q3 2019. Let's examine the graphic below and analyze which of the 14 insurtech categories are leading the sector in total funding amounts.Read More
In this post we examine the different components of the insurance technology (insurtech) ecosystem. We will illustrate what the categories of innovation are and how they compare to one another.Read More
How has exit activity for insurance technology developed in the first half of 2019? This blog post explores insurtech exit metrics through Q2 2019 and compares them to previous years. The graph below shows the number of insurtech exits by year, stacked by quarters.
How has investor appetite in insurance technology evolved throughout the years? In this blog post we examine the total investments by year into this sector to help answer that question. The graph below shows the total number of investors in all deals stacked by quarters.
How is the funding environment shaping up for insurance technology in 2019? As we pass the mid-year mark, let's see how the year-to-date metrics compare to the historical trends. The graph below shows insurtech total funding by year, stacked by quarters.
The insurance technology (insurtech) industry has seen 1437 investors and $28B total all time funding. Let's analyze which insurtech categories have the most number of investors actively financing the startups. The graphic below highlights insurtech categories based on the number of investors in each category.
The insurance technology (insurtech) sector has seen much technological and investment development over the past few years. Traditional insurance business lines such as health, auto, and commercial are being revolutionized by new digital-centric startups. New technologies such as AI and IoT are re-architecting insurance data, the underpinning of the insurance industry. New business models, such as P2P and on-demand insurance, are disrupting the entire ecosystem on all fronts.