ITC Vegas hailed a success for Australia's insurtechs

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ITC Vegas hailed a success for Australia’s insurtechs

26 September 2022

Australian insurtechs have been strengthening connections with international organisations this month, with a number of an 11-strong Insurtech Australia delegation that attended ITC Vegas 2022 staying on to attend meetings and further US events such as Money20/20 and Boston Fintech Week.

Insurtech Australia tells there was lots of interest in Australian insurtech, allowing delegates to engage with customers in the US insurance market and providing unique opportunities to showcase their organisations in the wider ecosystem.

CEO Simone Dossetor says ITC Vegas 2022, which wrapped up on Thursday, was a great success and thanked lead sponsor QBE Ventures and Investment NSW for sponsoring and supporting the event.

Insurtech Australia hosted pre-conference event sessions, including speakers and participants from global alliance partners such as Insurtech Israel and Insurtech Hartford.

Here are details of the eleven Insurtech Australia delegates:

Advisr provides the largest independent broker platform for SME clients
Ayla tracks bills, facilitates payments, and assists with sign up for better insurance deals
Cognitive View uses AI to identify risk patterns from customer and employee conversations
Cover Genius’ XCover is available at Amazon, eBay and other global retailers
Coverhero targets gig economy workers with its income protection product HustleCover
Handdii connects a network of contractors for property claims
Open helps with digital transformation
Sydney-based Reask models natural catastrophes using artificial intelligence.
Staunch Technology’s software platform helps predict and reduce workplace injuries
1WordFlow transforms Word and PDF documents to digital web pages
Zemble’s platform helps insurers improve communication

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