A deep understanding of unit economics plays a vital role for startups at all stages of development.
Why We Invested: ZineOne
ZineOne is a next generation customer engagement hub that provides banks and retailers with the ability to engage with their customers in real time, in a highly contextual and personalized manner.
Why We Invested: Kin Insurance
For many American families, homes are their single biggest financial asset and a primary way to save and build wealth. Therefore, home...
Purpose Driven Investing for Financial Return with Flourish Ventures [Rebank Podcast]
In today’s episode, we’re joined by Tilman Ehrbeck, Managing Partner at Flourish Ventures, a venture firm focused on improving the financial health and prosperity of people around the world. Flourish invests in segments including Challenger Banks, consumer and SME lending, personal finance, data analytics, insurance and financial infrastructure in countries in the Americas, Africa and Asia.
Rural insurtech startup GramCover raises $7 million in Series A funding [Mint]
With this fundraise, GramCover will strengthen its technology and product offerings and enhance the availability of various insurance products and services on its partner application
Rural Insurtech Startup GramCover Raises $7 Mn Series A Round Led By Siana Capital And Inflexor Ventures [Entrepreneur]
Funds will be used to strengthen technology and team for blitz scaling geographical presence
[100 Emerging Women Leaders] How accidental VC Anuradha Ramachandran got into the world of investing [Herstory]
For Anuradha Ramachandran, Investments Director - India, Flourish Ventures, investing in startups isn’t new. But, as she says, “Most things that have happened in my career have been accidental and that includes venture capital.”
How US Investors are Gauging SE Asia’s Fintech Potential [DealStreet Asia]
Southeast Asia has a unique opportunity to forge its own path in fintech, given the growing mobile and internet penetration in the region, opined panelists at DealStreetAsia’s Asia PE-VC Summit 2021.
The Hidden Costs of Credit Karma, Credit Sesame, and Other Credit Score Apps [Consumer Reports]
Most don't produce reliable scores, and all have unnecessary charges and pose privacy risks, Consumer Reports finds