Tobias Taupitz, CEO and co-founder of start-up bike insurer Laka, tells us how brokers can benefit from InsurTech.
New applications cover brokers, insurers and MGAs.
Experts urge insurance sector to collaborate with InsurTech start-ups to attract talent to the UK market.
Emmanuel Kenning and Siân Barton have a look at the most read stories over the last week.
Software specialists increase R&D spend.
Nearly 40% say the sector has not embraced innovation and 44% of brokers also don’t believe software houses have done enough to innovate.
New policy to launch in March via Brolly's smartphone app.
InsurTech app aims to “make cover flexible and transparent for the small business community”.
Tasker takes on newly created role after leaving Tasker Insurance Group in August last year.
Gavin Mee, head of UK and senior vice president at Salesforce, urges brokers to embrace AI in order to be successful.
Watchdog believes accuracy of data submissions could be improved and costs reduced.
The Innovation Foundry to focus on partnerships with InsurTech firms and assessing new ideas faster.
Graeme Hamilton of Jackson Lee Underwriting explores the opportunities for brokers in the electric car and e-bike market.
Ida Axling and Siân Barton assess the events from the week commencing 12 February 2018.
Emmanuel Kenning looks at innovation in the insurance market.
Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift reflects on an emerging trend in the UK InsurTech sector.
Emmanuel Kenning and Siân Barton discuss the key points from the week's news.
Former Aviva man aims to build an AI driven broker able to give "better advice than the human broker" following £400,000 funding round.
SSP customers experience fresh system outages as software house confirms performance issues with its Pure Broking platform.
App-based provider launches home and contents product.
Craig Foster, of HomeServe Labs explains how brokers can take advantage of the Internet of Things phenomena.
Former Aviva broker distribution director says the platform will use broker data to connect brokers and insurers.
Nimble MGAs that put technology at the heart of their business will thrive, says Andrew Holman
Start-up targets up to 100 brokers to join the platform in the next year.