This meaningful collaboration spearheads embedded insurance innovation for more small business owners, agents/brokers, and enterprise partners across North America.
Foxquilt utilises a full-stack underwriting platform, powered by data analytics, to recommend tailored coverage and pricing from Foxquilt’s own proprietary commercial insurance products. Small business and micro-enterprise owners can also, in turn, quote and bind entirely online – creating a true end-to-end insurance journey. All of Foxquilt’s IP has been built in-house, allowing for an agile response in integrating to each unique agent, broker, and enterprise partner’s ecosystem – ultimately creating embedded success and enhanced underwriting profitability.
“In a world where buyer autonomy and instant end-to-end results have been normalised, the insurance space has lacked the technology investment that affords this, now, table-stakes experience. Small business owners should have the opportunity to access fair value business insurance at any point of sale or trading experience with an enterprise partner,” says Mark Morissette, Foxquilt CEO and Co-Founder.
“Our disciplined focus on innovating great technologies and products as the bridge between small business owners and their enterprise partners has translated into valuable, compounding returns of growth and underwriting profitability. This collaboration with Markel not only supports the distribution of Foxquilt’s proprietary insurance products but also validates that an innovation leader like Markel believes in our forward-thinking vision of insurance as well.”
Markel’s Scott Whitehead, Managing Director, Markel Insurtech Underwriters, says, “We are very excited to collaborate with Foxquilt and support their efforts to remove friction from the insurance buying process for small business owners throughout the country. They have a very capable team of industry veterans and forward thinkers who share our philosophy of putting customers first and delivering products in a way that consumers have grown to expect and demand.”