We’re proud to announce our series A fundraising round of a whopping $29 Million

Today marks a huge milestone for Next Insurance! We have closed our Series A funding round, having raised $29 million in new capital. Investors in this round were leading global insurance companies Munich Re/HSB Ventures, Markel, and Nationwide, among others.

We launched Next in early 2016 with the goal of bringing business insurance into the 21st century and providing business owners with better insurance through a better online experience. This funding round, representing a huge seal of approval from the greater insurance industry, will help us accelerate our innovation and expand our product offerings to our rapidly growing client base.
We are super excited to have our new partners on board as we race ahead in our quest to provide the very best in business insurance convenience, transparency, and value with our growing product catalogue. To read more, please click here.

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