The UK's decision to leave the EU has a massive impact on the tech startup scene. We are in uncharted territory. As the founder of an insurtech startup, I wanted to share my thoughts on some of the challenges as well as some of the key opportunities that present themselves in a post-brexit environment.
A writeup of the roundtable on insurance technology hosted at No 10 Downing Street at which Wrisk was asked to participate. The event was organised by Tech City UK with Daniel Korski - Deputy Head of Policy for the Prime Minister
Number 10 Downing Street is the headquarters and London residence of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
At the core of the 150 strong Digital Insurance Collective there is the Digital Activist Board of just 15. I am proud to have been selected by POST as one of their Digital Activists. I think I'm in good company.
Folks may know that as of Feb 2016 I stopped being an intrapreneur and started being an entrepreneur having co-founded a new startup called Wrisk. It is early stages but the proposition is gaining traction. We have even been featured as a startup to watch in both Insurance Age and Post Magazines.
An off-the-cuff interview with The Insurance Journal following a chance conversation at the speakers dinner of EIF 2015. I think it does a pretty good job of articulating my approach to creating cultures within organisations that foster innovation.
In 2014, the Digital Team at Markel International was awarded one of the prestigious Spark the Change prizes for organisational change. Part of the prize was a professional case study on our digital transformation written by InfoQ.
Nice write-up from Charlie Boyle featuring a number issues that I discussed at the recent European Insurance Forum as part of the FinTech panel.