TechCrunch Features Sherpa’s Recent Seed Funding

Mike Butcher, from TechCrunch, covers Sherpa and our recent successful $2.3 million seed funding round. At Sherpa, we are revolutionising the world of Insurance. Sherpa is building an AI-driven platform which will assess your risk and build a dynamic personalised risk profile. This risk profile will change as the person’s life changes. Members will be advised of their risk profile, subsequent changes …

Sherpa And Silicon Valletta Featured In Red Herring

Malta might be small but it is making great strides in the online gaming and start-up scene. Online gaming is well established in Malta. Giants of the industry such as Betsson, Betfair and Tipico have chosen Malta as their home. According to Red Herring, online gaming comprises 12% of the Maltese economy, generating €700 million ($826m) and employing 8,000 people. …

Sherpa’s Winning Pitch At The DIA Conference

Back in May Sherpa was one of the six companies chosen to win a DIA Diamond Award at the DIA conference in Amsterdam. Chris Kaye and Simon Azzopardi represented Sherpa at the Digital Insurance Agenda (DIA) conference and gave the winning pitch. You can read more about the conference here.

Sherpa’s CEO Featured On Small Business Blog

Sherpa CEO’s Chris Kaye shares 5 key ideas for how to build a business in a traditional marketplace.  In addition to learning from our mistakes Chris also talks about building a company around something your customers love, one that exceeds or even changes their expectations.   Having an unwavering mission and long term goal is important however learn to be flexible about …

Startups Talks About The Opportunity In Insurtech

There are billions of VC funding being funnelled into insurance innovation – how do you pick the right business idea.  Is disrupting the business model the right way to go?  Maybe changing the broker experience to remove the stigma and mistrust currently found in the insurance industry is where to start. One common theme amongst the majority of insurtech start-ups …