We’re thrilled to announce that our next event on 25th February will be in collaboration with Google. They’re coming along to tell us about their 2020 plans for insurance and the role of Instech London and the innovation community in that. We’ll also hear from a couple of scale-ups already working with Google about what that involves and how they have benefited from that support.
In January InsTech London will be looking at the future payments in insurance. We will look at an array of recent innovations in the payment space, particularly how virtual credit cards are being used in the claims process and finally, we’ll examine the value of anonymized payments data to provide insights into customers and their claims.
Thank you InsTech for the hospitality last night, it was an amazing event. It was wonderful to get the opportunity to hear more about the great things that are happening in the Insurtech space, and to meet the people behind it.
Heidi Davies - Client Success Manager / Digital Fineprint
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