November 2019 – London: Leading insurance industry media outlet Intelligent Insurer has just announced its global Hot 100 InsurTechs, with WhenFresh named alongside other industry disrupters such as Flock, Instanda, Lemonade, Neos, Previsico and Trov.
“We’ve been enjoying a good deal of media attention since launching the WhenFresh API ‘Data Supermarket’ direct to the UK home insurance sector” states WhenFresh Director of Marketing, David Morley. “We’re delighted to be named in Intelligent Insurer’s global Hot 100 InsurTechs – especially as it comes hot on the heels of WhenFresh being announced as finalists for the Insurance Times Awards, joining the Insurtech UK eco-system as a full member and announcing our sponsorship of the excellent Instech London network”.
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Or visit Intelligent Insurer to view the global Hot 100 InsurTechs.
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