With already more than 250 insurtechs that have rocked the DIA stage and more than 5,000 insurance executives, investors and other change agents who attended one of our conferences The DIA Community is growing and growing.
We’re quite often asked ‘how is this insurtech doing?’ Fortunately, almost every insurtech that has been on stage during past DIA editions is truly successful and are involved in exciting business adventures. DIAmond Award Winner Wrisk for instance recently engaged in a partnership with BMW.
There are so many success stories coming from our DIA Community that we decided to select a few and share them with you.
Just check the stories below to find out what Life After DIA can look like!
Slice Labs launches Slice Launch Studio
In the past few years many carriers have launched innovation hubs in which they invite insurtechs to work with them. Slice Labs, a leading on-demand insurance cloud platform provider, turned that around. They announced the opening of the Slice Launch Studio in downtown Toronto, which is designed to be an innovation hub for Slice and its partners to ideate, experiment, test and deploy new on-demand insurance products on the Slice Insurance Cloud Services platform.
So now insurers and technology companies from around the world can come to the Launch Studio to collaborate on hackathons, a key step in Slice’s approach to getting product to market quickly.
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Neurotrack & Dai-ichi Life Join Forces; ‘A Match Made in Cognitive Health Heaven’
One fifth of Japan’s population is now 70 years old or older, with all of the geriatric and end-of-life health concerns that this entails. In other words, uber-healthy Japan, ironically now finds itself at the forefront of the complexities of elder healthcare for those at the far end of its bell curve, including seeking new and innovative methods to prevent memory loss and dementia. Neurotrack recently entered an out-of-the-box partnership with Dai-ichi Life, the second largest life insurance company in Japan. Dai-ichi plans to start selling a dementia insurance product that will allow each of its members, should they so wish, to take our five-minute Imprint Memory Assessment test via a program that tracks eye movement. The results of these tests will provide crucial and useful scores to assess memory health, making it possible for anyone in the Dai-ichi family to begin tracking and monitoring their brain health over time.
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Amodo powered AIG On The Go is awarded an EFMA Accenture Innovation in Insurance Award
Another recognition of Amodo’s innovation edge. Last month EFMA Accenture Innovation in Insurance Awards highlighted AIG On the Go for ‘Insurance Innovation of the Month’. “Ou">
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