Announced! TechRound’s Insurtech Finalists for 2021


We are delighted to announce TechRound’s Insurtech 51 finalists for 2021 – We are excited to share the innovation and success of insurance-technology companies across the UK, Europe and the World and we would like to thank everyone who entered and also thank you to our judges for taking their time and dedication to select the finalists below.


Following some great applications, we are pleased to announce the top 51




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Meet The Judges





Jonathan Lister Parsons, CTO of PensionBee


  • PensionBee is the UK’s most loved online pension provider. In his role as CTO, Jonathan Lister Parsons is passionate about bringing customers’ pension experience into the 21st century, and using technology to transform pension transfer processes that typically take months to a five-minute process on a smartphone. Jonathan holds an MSci in Experimental and Theoretical Physics from Cambridge University.

mary glazkova

Mary Glazkova – Advisor for The Untitled VC


  • Mary has ten years of experience in PR, helping tech startups in building communications and brands on the international arena and gaining media coverage in leading media outlets such as the WSJ, the Business Insider, TechCrunch, to name a few. Mary has received awards of excellence in PR categories and holds a membership with professional associations, such as GWPR and a WomenTech Network.



Richard Stride


Richard Stride – Head of Commercial for Skippy Insurance (Somerset Bridge Group)


  • Richard Stride has over 20 years of experience in the insurance industry, with firms including Marsh, One Insurance Solution and notably a Commercial Director role for Be Wiser Business Insurance.






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Notable Mentions

The TechRound team has been very impressed with the calibre and innovation of insurance companies in the UK – with a theme on making policies more accurate, claims quicker to turnaround and finding innovation in a very traditional industry.

Startups are using clever ways to make insurance policies more measurable and effective, basing policies on your usage (Superscript, Cuvva) and not just a one-size-fits-all policy for everyone.

We were impressed on how insurance providers are not just offering a service, such as life or pet insurance, but giving you additional benefits and rewards (Waggel and YuLife).

A large part of the industry is what happens behind the scenes, including all the tech, data and analytics, with notable growth and innovation by various firms (Optalitix, Charles Taylor , Cytora and Insure Apps)




Feedback From The Judges

Our judges were very impressed with the quality of entries – and many confirmed to our proposed layout which is always very helpful when it comes to the judging.

Some of our judges viewed the competition and finalists based on market size, considering that some startups have real national and global potential, especially if they crossover into other things like wellbeing, rewards or tech. In addition, some of the judges highlighted some of the companies that they are customers for and they enjoy using their products, which is always nice to see.


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