The Future Trend of Insurtech
07 Sep 2017 07:00pm - 08:00pm
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The Future Trend of Insurtech

07 Sep 2017 07:00pm - 08:00pm

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The competitive landscape between large corporations and startups has changed vastly with the rise of insurance technology (insurtech). To learn more about how successful startups have changed the industry and what opportunities insurtech offers, we have Tomas Holub, founder & CEO of CoverGo, to share with us his insight on insurtech trends and guide us through practical case studies.
Be prepared to step into the shoes of one or the other to take on a very real, unbiased examination of the current trends and where it could lead us in the near future.

Tomas Holub, founder & CEO of CoverGo, was inspired by his own personal struggles with insurance paperwork to create a digital alternative for managing and optimizing insurance. The potent combination of personal motivation, entrepreneurial spirit, and a strong repertoire of experience in risk management and fintech are the driving forces behind the success of his project, CoverGo.

CoverGo is an independent tech platform that makes insurance simple and more transparent for everybody. No more paperwork and stress!

The CoverGo mobile app consolidates insurance policies from all providers in one place to create a digital insurance wallet. The app automatically summarises your insurance portfolio to help you understand your gaps in coverage. You can connect with your personal advisor who will help you manage all policies through the app for you.

On our website, you can also get quotes for any type of insurance, ask questions and connect with the best-licensed insurance advisors.

Campfire Collaborative Space
4/F Cheung Hing Industrial Building
12P Smithfield Road, Kennedy Town
MTR Exit A, Make a U-turn
go up the hill on Smithfield
first building entrance on the left (opposite to Wellcome)

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