In this episode of Denim Rivet, our guest is on a mission to reinvent small business insurance. I’m referring to none other than Kevin Kerridge – Executive Vice President of small business insurance at Hiscox USA.
Now in his 20th year at Hiscox, Kevin Kerridge started an online direct to consumer business in the UK during the Dot Com bubble.
By now, our listeners should know that we announced the launch of our insuretech startup, Denim™ at the InsureTech Connect Conference on October 5th in Las Vegas, Nevada. The conference was co-founded by a past guest of our show.
Most listeners of the Denim Rivet podcast for the last year would not have known that a technology company called Denim was being built by show creator and host, Gregory Bailey. Now, after more than a year of building Denim in “stealth,” Bailey is back with season two of the podcast to make a very public announcement regarding his own insurtech startup.
In this episode of Denim Rivet, Gregory Bailey provides an update on the report he authored several months ago called Six Insurance Industry Predictions for 2016. In addition, Gregory discusses his recent trip to speak at the Swiss Re Next Generation Insurance Customer conference in Zurich, Switzerland.
In this episode of Denim Rivet, co-hosts Gregory Bailey and Justin Brady are joined by serial entrepreneur Wayne Slavin, co-founder and CEO of Sure. Wayne has experience as an entrepreneur, as a product visionary for multiple internet startups and even helped launch the Nook division of Barnes & Noble.
In this episode of Denim Rivet, we discuss digital disruption, today’s connected consumers, removing friction from the buyer’s journey and the context in which consumers expect to engage insurance companies. Gregory Bailey and Justin Brady co-host for this first of its kind discussion with a preeminent Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) in the insurance industry today.
This episode of Denim Rivet features an alum of the 2015 cohort of the Global Insurance Accelerator in Des Moines, Iowa. Chris Augeri is the founder of Omaha, Nebraska, based Drive Spotter. Chris walks us through how his startup pivoted more than once and changed from a hardware focused startup to a cloud-based software solution.