Briisk is a late stage InsurTech start-up, founded in 2016. Today we are a team of 23 with a focus on emerging markets. Our local teams operate from Cape Town, London, Bangalore, Istanbul, Munich and Nairobi.
We have deep InsurTech and financial services expertise and are passionate about creating innovative digital insurance and distribution solutions – enabling our clients to digitise products at lower cost and scale distribution faster.
We help our clients automate processes, digitise and innovate products and explore new distribution channels, thereby reducing cost, increasing revenue and delivering more value for their customers.
2016 — Briisk is founded. Single premium insurance products in South Africa. Surestart's Travelsafe, underwritten by Hollard. Angel Investment.
2017 — Single premium life-insurance products in India. SureBüddy, underwritten by Shriram. More angel investors join.
2018 — More complex life, health and device recurring premium insurance products in Sub-Saharan Africa. Upendo, underwritten by Prudential Life. Finchoice, underwritten by Guardrisk. Easy Gap, underwritten by Turnberry/ Lombard. Funeral Fundi, underwritten by TPI/Guardrisk. DroneCovered, underwritten by TPI/Mutual & Federal Risk Finance. Angel investment.
2019 — Focus on building product and distribution functionality on the Briisk platform. Combined Life insurance and savings product in India, underwritten by Kotak Life. Angel Investment.
2020 — Launch of simple product builder and distribution network integration functionality on the Briisk platform. Personal Accident, underwritten by Britam. Bloom Medical Health, underwritten by Momentum. Pre-series A fundraising round currently open.
Empower financial inclusion and economic prosperity for all.
We realise this purpose through our independent cloud-based insurance technology platform, providing affordable, personalised and compliant digital insurance products, instantly, seamlessly and securely.
Let us give you an overview of the Briisk ITP and how it can improve your business processes.