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Insurance Predictions for A Post Corona World

Nostradamus himself could have imagined how drastic life would change overnight by COVID-19. Schools, business, and life in general have been completely disrupted. It is hard to say for how long. As a result many industries are reevaluating how they conduct business, including the insurance industry. In this month’s blog, we discuss insurance claims on the horizon, how the insurance industry is going to react and what we expect to see from the insurance marketplace in[...]
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Insurance Policies Your VCs Want Post Funding

The primary reason we receive inquiries about insurance is a funding event. Many founders typically don’t think too much about Directors & Officers (D&O) and Key Person Life Insurance until they get a term sheet. In this month’s blog, we share some insight on which insurance policies VCs require and why.  What/Why Do They Want[...]
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The Office ‘Non-Denominational Holiday Mixer’

Tips for keeping Everyone Safe and Out of Trouble During the Company Holiday Party   There is a reason why Saturday Night Live (SNL), The Office, and Office Christmas Party poke fun at office ‘Non-denominational Holiday Mixers.’  Feel free to watch any of these videos at your own risk to see what I mean. It is the corporate world’s[...]
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What Happens to Your Insurance Program If You Don’t IPO?

Advice for Startups That Fail to IPO and Have Insurance Concerns…     Though many tech entrepreneurs dream of taking a company public, the reality is very few companies (particularly in Austin) go public. Recently, in Austin we had Sailpoint go public and Phunware do a merger into a publicly traded company (count it) but that’s about it. Anand Sanwal, co-founder[...]
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