BrokerTech Accelerator announces 12 insurtechs for 2023

BrokerTech Accelerator announces 12 insurtechs for 2023

BrokerTech Ventures, a broker-led accelerator in Des Moines, Iowa, has selected 12 insurtechs to participate in its program and receive $50,000 in seed funding. 

The following startups were chosen: 1Fort based in New York; Adapt API in San Francisco; Boon Health from Bingham Farms, Michigan; Comulate in San Francisco; Frame Fertility in San Francisco; GOAT Risk Solutions from Buckinghamshire, U.K.; Insight Risk Holdings from Weston, Connecticut; Irys Insurtech from Tampa; Pagedip in Boulder, ReFocus AI from San Diego, California; Sertis in Reno, Nevada; Transharpe Solutions from Charlotte, North Carolina. 

“This class is really exciting for a number of reasons,” said John Jackovin, executive director of the BTV Accelerator, in a press release. “The startups include some who had reapplied after not making it in years past. We also have more female founders than ever before, which is tremendous to see. And, of course, the products and technologies continue to improve. We are fortunate to be able to engage at this early stage to provide a tremendous value to the community.”

The cohort starts April 4 and will include access to the BTV distribution platform and a mentor network. BTV has also co-founded an accelerator in Tel Aviv, Israel and has partnered with insurers in Latin America to launch the LATAM Insurtech Accelerator. 

“In this, our fourth year of the BTV Accelerator, I am thrilled with the diversity of technologies that will move through the accelerator, as well as the diversity in geographies represented,” said Dan Keough, Holmes Murphy chairman and CEO and BTV co-founder, in a press release. “We truly have some of the highest-caliber, early-stage and growth insurtech companies on our roster, and they touch nearly every angle of insurance risk management — from P&C commercial to cyber to health/benefits-tech solutions.”

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