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Building Career Connections with Analytics Graduates 

InsurTechNZ member companies Delta Insurance and Pinnacle Life spoke to over 120 Master of Business Analytics students at the University of Auckland about data-led careers.  The Masters programme covers analytics in marketing, fintech and supply chain. This seminar is part of an ongoing engagement with InsurTechNZ to highlight career opportunities making data driven decisions in … Continue reading "Building Career Connections with Analytics Graduates "
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InsurTechNZ Update – March 2023

InsurTechNZ was established in 2021 to foster collaboration between companies who share a common interest in using data and digital strategies to improve the customer experience. Blair Turnbull, a founding co-chair, has stepped down from his InsurTechNZ role. We want to thank Blair for his energy and vision during those two years in helping create … Continue reading "InsurTechNZ Update – March 2023"
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InsurTechLive23, Sydney

Hans Frauenlob and Rob Ellis, co-founders of Sentro attended Insurtech Australia’s InsurTechLive23 event in Sydney on February 15. They were joined by two other InsurTechNZ members, InsuredHQ and Rothburys. Hans gave us a run down afterwards.  For us it was part of an effort to better understand Sentro’s opportunities in Australia. Every market has its … Continue reading "InsurTechLive23, Sydney"
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InsurTechNZ December Newsletter

Hi members and supporters, thanks for being part of our community during 2022. The ecosystem is growing, connected by a shared interest in using data and digital strategies to enhance the customer experience.
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InsurTechNZ August 2022 Newsletter

Digital transformation of insurance means insurtech talent is in demand. Our August event, hosted by Fidelity Life, featured an expert panel sharing their top tips on hiring, training and retaining talent, along with their recent recruitment experiences and challenges both locally and overseas.
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Navigating the rising tide

From extreme weather events to worsening air quality, decreasing biodiversity to rising sea levels, climate change is set to be a major policy challenge for Aotearoa in the coming decades.