We mined Munich Re’s acquisitions, investments, and partnerships to discern the company's strategic priorities.
Insurtechs across the globe are evolving to meet changing customer needs. From mobile apps to online marketplaces to embedded insurance, we examine how insurtechs are changing the way customers buy insurance and interact with their insurance companies.
With insurtechs looking to sidestep the role of insurance agents and brokers by selling directly, a wave of tech startups are looking to help insurance agents and brokers compete. In this Market Map, we look at companies working on tech for virtual agent tools, submission forms, customer support, and more.
From weather analytics to coverage for pets and bicycles, these Europe-based startups are shaping the future of the global insurance industry.
With pressure rising to reduce healthcare costs, this Tech Market Map looks at the companies helping healthcare payers — like Aetna and Cigna — partner with providers to implement value-based care agreements.
Funding and deals to the insurtech space are down from the all-time highs seen in 2021 — but activity is still up from pre-pandemic levels. We look at what’s driving investment, where the money is going, and what the implications are for 2022 and beyond.
We outline the market outlook for electronic health record platforms in life insurance — from market size, to leading companies, to recommendations for players in the space.
Insurance giants and startups alike are using blockchain technology to prevent insurance fraud, track medical records, file claims, and more.
The Insurtech 50 is CB Insights' annual list of the 50 most promising private insurtech companies in the world. This year’s inaugural winners are using technology to improve all aspects of the insurance value chain – from customer acquisition to underwriting and claims – for a variety of different insurance products.
The company was last valued at $3.5B in July 2021. Here are the top-line bullets you need to know.
Insurtech companies attract $1 in every $10 of fintech venture funding. From unicorn births to exits, we break down the sector's record year here.
Acko General Insurance plans to use the funding to expand its healthcare offerings. Here are the top-line bullets you need to know.
The funding values the digital life insurance company at $2B. Here are the top-line bullets you need to know.
The funding round values the company at $1.5B. Here are the top-line bullets you need to know.
From emerging benefits to digital claims adjustment tools, these private companies are aiming to make health insurance more affordable, personalized, and navigable.
Healthcare Smart Money investors are backing startups that help Americans navigate complex health plans, gain access to alternative coverage, and simplify payment models within the private health insurance sector.
Startups enabling lower-cost, transparent, and comprehensive private healthcare have seen major funding growth since 2015.