Explore How Our Advice Works

Insurance is worthless if it doesn’t cover what you want it to, or doesn’t pay out when you need it.  So getting the right advice on what you need, can

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The Value of Innovation

One of the truisms of working in technology is that the pace of change is accelerating. You must adapt or fall by the wayside; this is as true for individuals

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See How Our Prices Are So Low

What are insurance companies charging you? The cost of every insurance policy you buy is made up of a number of different elements. Price of the insurance cover This is

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Insurance is Trust by Design

See Why Sherpa Sells “Confidence” Insurance is a leap of faith. You pay premiums now, in the hope that, in the future, you will get paid a claim when life

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Your Protection Is Safe

Sherpa is new but your protection isn’t. Sherpa is on a mission to make insurance a whole lot better. While doing so, we wanted to ensure that you, our members,

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How does Sherpa offer commission-free insurance?

The insurance industry has been based on a commission model for decades. What this means is that for every policy sold, intermediaries take a cut of premiums. The more you

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To You, From Me

Hi 👋🏻 We’ve not met before have we? It’s good to meet you. I’ve got a confession to make. I love insurance. I know what you’re thinking. Who is this guy?

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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

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Sherpa And Silicon Valletta Featured In Red Herring

Sherpa and Simon Azzopardi, our head of product and Silicon Valletta’s president are featured in Red Herring’s latest article. Malta might be small but it is making great strides in the online

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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?

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