We are pleased to bring you two really amazing events in April. If you are a InsurTech startup founder, this is really something you can't miss! 1) Asia InsurTech Summit - Singapore on 26/27 April 2017 More Details Here. We bring 150+ Asia insurance corporate leaders for you to meet. We'll also do targetted matching.
I'm excited to share with you an outcome of past few months of effort. Its a compilation of all things Insurance-Tech (InsurTech) in Singapore with an aim at proving an extra transparency and boost the collaboration between Startups and Insurance Corporates. As always, appreciate your help in spreading the word by liking and sharing this
[Sharing our recent feature on Forbes] Three Reasons Why Asia Will Be The Hottest InsurTech Market It should come as no surprise that FinTech's understated little brother, InsurTech, has entered the limelight, making ripples globally. Here's why Asia will be at the forefront of this next boom. If I could charge a dollar every time
Now that I've captured your attention and imagination with the title of today's post, let's delve into a topic at hand: that of corporate innovation. Traditionally being associated with the Research and Development (R&D) departments of hardware and medical institutions, corporate innovation has recently seen an explosion of interest among broad array of corporates. And
In my recent LinkedIn post I've explored why Singapore is one of the best locations for Insurance innovation and InsurTech. In summary, it has a lot of good things going for it: stability, strategic location within the region, and a nurturing entrepreneurship ecosystem. The ecosystem that includes VCs, regulator and a concentration of insurers innovation
Welcome to this week’s post! This post explores some of the important developments in insurance tech in Asia and takes a step forward to identify actions that can accelerate the pace of insurance innovation in this region. At the Heart of Insurance Over the past 10 years of having been in the insurance industry in
Once upon a time, there lived a woman. Her name was Jennifer. Jennifer was living in Singapore in her early 30s as a single mother of two and an aspiring entrepreneur. One fine day Jennifer met a nice insurance agent by the name of John who was a very friendly and trustworthy gentleman who wore
The Digital Insurance Agenda was in full display in Barcelona this week at the DIA conference. The theme was accelerating the digital transformation of insurance and there were presentations from over 50 insurtech start-ups. Most of the start-ups, however, were from Europe and America. I fully expect that to change in the coming years and