BrokerTech Ventures Welcomes Accelerator Applications for Insurance Tech

BrokerTech Ventures have announced the opening of applications for the 2024 cohort of the BrokerTech Ventures Accelerator, marking a significant stride in reshaping the future of insurance technology. BrokerTech is the industry’s first broker-led convening platform and accelerator program.

BrokerTech Ventures’ commitment to innovation is evident in its strategic accelerator program. The initiative serves as a crucible for fostering groundbreaking ideas and solutions that have the potential to revolutionize the insurance industry. As the 2024 cohort applications open, the stage is set for a new wave of insurtech innovators to join the ranks of this dynamic accelerator.

The accelerator program provides a nurturing environment for startups to explore cutting-edge technologies, refine their offerings, and bring novel solutions to market. By actively fostering collaboration between startups and established players in the insurance industry, BrokerTech Ventures creates a vibrant ecosystem where ideas are exchanged, and innovations are accelerated. This collaborative approach not only propels the participating startups forward but also contributes to the overall evolution of the insurtech landscape.

As the applications open for the 2024 cohort, BrokerTech Ventures cements its position as a catalyst for positive change in the insurance technology sector. The 2024 cohort will be the fifth cohort and will bring in the top 20 startups in early March. The Selection Series will be a virtual event where BTV partners can dig deeper into the products, companies, and teams. Subsequently, the cohort will begin the five-week Accelerator program in April 2024. More than $500,000 in funding is at stake for the selected broker-centric, seed and early-stage startups, with each startup receiving $50,000.

The deadline for submissions is December 18, 2023. Submissions can be made here.

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