For decades, small businesses have been at a disadvantage compared with larger corporates, because they simply haven’t had the tools, expertise and resources to manage their financial performance effectively.
Data is the new gold, and forward-thinking businesses are in a race to become more data-centric. Even insurance companies are getting on board.
Most business owners can relate to the feeling of not knowing if their invoices are going to get paid. To address this problem, we are delighted to announce an exciting partnership with InvoiceInsure which brings a simple solution — single invoice insurance — to small businesses trading in the UK.
Without online tools and cloud-based resources we would have never built Hokodo in the timescale we did. So, in tribute to them, and to help any other aspiring insurtech and fintech entrepreneurs looking to do the same, we thought we’d share our top 10
Nobody gets excited about insurance. Why is that? The insurance industry has categorically failed to engage customers. But there is a more fundamental reason why customers don’t care about insurance.
Hokodo joins an esteemed group of UK Insurtech’s for the inaugural Insurtech UK meeting in London. The group’s intention is to develop into a formal association in 2019, with an initial five-year mandate.
Hokodo, partners with Centrifuge, fo live with a prototype to offer an end-to-end invoice protection solution which is seamlessly offered on blockchain to protect receivables transacted on Centrifuge’s platform.
Hokodo’s founding team explain how Winston Chruchill inspired them to get into insurance. Because at Hokodo, we believed the industry has a vitally important role to play in the lives of everybody, both individuals and businesses.
Hokodo, a London & Paris based technology start-up providing B2B marketplaces and accounting platforms with small business insurance via easy-to-integrate APIs has raised €1.9M in seed funding. Hokodo’s Seed round was led by Anthemis, Europe’s leading VC focused on Fintech and Insurtech investments.