Welcome to Future50, the launchpad for up-and-coming insurtechs fuelled by you, our community of insurance professionals
The Future50 is the world’s most credible ranking of insurtechs that will soon take the industry by storm. You might not know all of them today, but you definitely will in the years to come!
With your support, as well as by working closely with Sønr – the world’s leading market intelligence platform for the insurance sector – we will shortlist the top insurtech startups in the Americas, EMEA and APAC respectively.
Our star-studded judging panel made up of insurance industry leaders will then review the shortlist to help define and select the 50 most innovative insurtechs in each region, with awards on offer to the winner in each region.
Simply submit your name and the names of up to 3 early stage insurtechs (either challenger insurer or enabler) that you think deserve a space on Future50 and why. We’ll consider all start-ups as long as they:
• Have a live product in-market
• If they’ve raised investment, no higher than Series A (and no more than a single round)
• Aren’t a wholly-owned subsidiary (of an incumbent)
Our judges will then review the nominations along with Sønr’s industry intelligence to define the winning 50 from each region. Watch this space!
CIO at AXA Partners
Global Innovation Head at AXA
CIO at Aviva
CDO at Vitality
CEO at Zego
Global CIO at Munich Re Digital Partners
CMO at Nassau Re
Global CDO at Generali
The insurance sector is home to some of the world’s most exciting start-ups who are transforming the way insurance is bought, sold and delivered, bringing huge efficiencies and vastly improved customer experiences.
Today’s new venture could be the next unicorn: a number of insurtechs in the US, UK and Europe have emerged from scratch to achieve $1bn valuations in the past 10 years.
To celebrate and recognise the entrepreneurs, innovators and next big things in our vibrant community, Insurtech Insights is delighted to launch Future50: the world’s leading ranking of insurance start-ups.