“The risks technology driven ventures face are distinct, from start up all the way through to exit. Being able to scale up the insurance protection quickly and effectively is vital.”
There are all kinds of tech insurers out there – and whilst choosing the right one is important, the process can be a real headache. Things move quickly in tech, and you need an insurer who can accommodate you when circumstances change.
Countless risks need to be covered too – including coding errors, providing deliverables under contract, recuperating from damage in the event of a hack, and getting back on your feet following the loss of key data.
RiskBox offer superb support for software development, IT consultancy, telecoms and ecommerce brands, as well as those in cutting-edge areas like fintech.
We know the right insurers based on your activities and services. With our help, you can find flexible cover and an insurer who actually understands how your business works. With RiskBox, if there’s ever a genuine claim, you get paid. Simple.
What our clients are saying
Mike from RiskBox has given us a totally new perspective on insurance. We’ve never had such an attentive insurance adviser who delivered a package so well tailored to our needs. I only wish that we’d discovered RiskBox sooner!
RiskBox are passionate about protecting our clients and we love challenging insurance problems. Check out these genuine sector specific problems faced and how RiskBox helped solve them.
Our client provides a cutting-edge financial service platform. Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), the brand is widely trusted by SMEs. When moving into Open Banking, they turned to RiskBox for specialist support to ensure they stayed compliant.
Our client is an established small games development studio that creates games across various platforms. After being approached by a US company to produce a title exclusively for a renowned gaming platform, the developer needed RiskBox to help change their insurance programme quickly mid-term for increased protection.
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