Let us learn from leading insurers on how they collaborate with Insurtech startups and platforms outside the industry.
The insurance industry is constantly evolving. Two questions pique my special interest: (1) How do insurers improve their core processes with the help of Insurtech startups? And (2) How do insurers grow exponentially with the help of platforms from outside the industry? The answer to both is offered by collaborations of insurers with Insurtech startups, and platforms from outside the industry. I share my findings in articles, talks and workshops. See some examples on YouTube.
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A few words about myself
Hi. I am Karl Heinz PASSLER, and this is my personal Blog. My background and network helps to get the answers from the leading practitioners:
- Insurance Agent, Product Developer/Manager (LinkedIn Profile).
- Startup scout and mentor (Basler Wrist Watch Insurance)
- Co-author of the InsurTech BOOK (The InsurTECH Book)
- InsurTechTalk on Twitter (InsurTechTalk Community)
- Project leader for platforms (Basler Service Gesellschaft)
- Co-Organizer on Platform Events (Platform Event with Zühlke)
- InsuranceMonday.com Co-Organizer (InMo Community)
| The views expressed here are my own, not those of my employers |
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