Celebrating the leading Insurtechs globally, the production combines research from the Sønr platform with a panel of the industry’s most prestigious judges from around the world. When it comes to Insurtech, it doesn’t get much bigger or more exciting than this.
Between a global pandemic and spiking inflation, the landscape has changed quickly and there will be a keen and critical eye on this edition of the Insurtech 100.
We take great care in producing this report with a methodology combining Sønr’s comprehensive global data and Insurtech experience combined with analysis and perspective of some of the insurance world’s leading figures. We assess over 200,000 companies, using our system detailed below.
This report considers established startups and scaleups and as such they have reached a certain stage of maturity. They can typically demonstrate product, market fit, traction and have scaled (or are scaling) their business. They comprise both insurance companies and enabling technology providers serving the insurance market, across the value chain.
There are two parts to our methodology, which enable us to review hundreds of thousands of businesses and create a long list of companies:
Our open innovation and startup scouting platform is market-leading and designed specifically for the insurance sector. We score the companies we track in Sønr using the Sønr Index – a proprietary scoring technology, which considers millions of data points across 3 criteria in order to determine their propensity to succeed:
People: The key people across the industry – taking in factors such as where they have studied, their past involvement with startups or notable companies, their known network, and whether they are considered experts in their field.
Product: Including the core tech stack of the business, patents they have registered, the customer problem they have overcome, and any exceptional tech or experience they have created.
Performance: Growth metrics such as downloads, partnership, investments and traction. And other attributes including financials, market sizing and performance to date.