Janthana Kaenprakhamroy, founder of Tapoly, speaks during Quesnay's 2018 Female Founders in Insurtech event in Las Vegas.
Quesnay has announced the finalists for its second Female Founders in InsurTech startup competition. The initiative, sponsored by CSAA Insurance Group through its venture arm, Avanta Ventures, and RGAX, searches for women-led startups focused on the insurance industry. Read on to meet the finalists.
Co-founder: Aurora Voss
Sydney, Australia-based ClaimSpac provides a digital claims platform for customers, claims staff and stakeholders alike. Using open APIs to connect with existing systems, ClaimSpace focuses on collaboration and efficiency to improve the customer experience leveraging data and analytics.
Founder & COO: Bianca Ho
Sheung Wan, Hong Kong's Clare.AI builds conversation platforms powered by proprietary natural language processing and customized for insurance. Enterprise can chat with their customers securely in channels as Whatsapp or WeChat.
CMO: Jen Friel
DropIn's video platform works with underwriting risk assessments, claim resolution and damage estimates for insurers. Users gain acess to streaming video and high-resolution photos captured directly by customers or via an independent contractor network using tools such as smartphones and drones.
Founder and CEO: Gentry Lane
ANOVA Intelligence scans networks to identify cyber threats using AI to automate the process.
Co-founder and COO: Kate Terry, Co-Founder & COO
Surround's goal is to build an insurance product that more accurately reflects the options offered to consumers in the digital world. The company focuses on the mobile, shared world that leads urban professionals to experience financial uncertainty.