Covid-19: Insurtech UK calls on Chancellor for start-up support

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The insurtech body has signed an open letter seeking additional support for start-ups from the government, as well as warning insurers against turning away from insurtech partners.

Insurtech UK has signed an open letter to the Chancellor calling on the government to provide relief measures for start-ups in relation to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The insurtech body joins fellow signees Coadec, Innovate Finance, TechUK, UK Tech Cluster, Tech Nation and Tech London Advocates.

Insurtech UK stated it believed the letter “forms a positive start for discussion with the government”.

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