55. Tapoly An award-winning Insurtech service that provides business insurance for micro-SMEs and freelancers. Ross Darragh October 1, 2021 3 min read About us Startups was founded over 20 years ago by a multi-time entrepreneur. Today, our expert team of writers, researchers, and editors work to provide our 4 million readers with useful tips and information, as well as running award-winning campaigns. This article was authored by: Ross Darragh Writer Founder: Janthana Kaenprakhamroy and Sam HopkinsFounded: 2016Website: tapoly.comInsurance is a complicated world for new business owners to understand. It covers an astonishing range of scenarios – including even spilling coffee on your clients’ laptops – and it can be overwhelming to know just which cover you need for your firm, and which might be a waste of time and financial resources.That’s where Tapoly comes in. Co-founders Janthana Kaenprakhamroy and Sam Hopkins have built this end-to-end Software as a Service solution to connect insurers with new and existing distribution partners, increasing data sharing, communication and operational efficiency – particularly for SME customers, who typically need more support in this area. In today’s freelance and side hustle world, Tapoly’s AI-driven pricing utilises specific data to generate fairer and more accurate pricing - protecting consumer cash flow and making sure every user receives fairer remuneration. AI and Machine Learning techniques work within the platform to accurately assess risk and enable automation, helping customers find the right insurance cover for their business quickly, easily, and most importantly, legibly.Plus, unlike other Insurtech companies, Tapoly is also tapping into the gig economy sector, which is often neglected by insurance providers for being too risky. In today’s freelance and side hustle world, Tapoly’s AI-driven pricing utilises specific data to generate fairer and more accurate pricing – protecting consumer cash flow and making sure every user receives fairer remuneration. Tapoly is also tapping into the gig economy sector, which is often neglected by insurance providers for being too risky. This puts it at a huge advantage going into the more flexible, post-pandemic working world – a fact which was no doubt a driving force behind the firm’s recent partnership with Peach Pi. Through the alliance, they have launched a new treatment risk insurance product that utilises Tapoly’s SaaS platform to give community or volunteer health professionals cover tailored to their specific roles.There’s no need for insurance for Tapoly’s future – we think the forecast looks good, and can’t wait to see what they do next. What Does Your Business Need Help With? Project Planning Creating a Website Business Loan Business Bank Account Get Started Startups.co.uk can help your business succeed At Startups.co.uk, we're here to help small UK businesses to get started, grow and succeed. As well as rounding up some of the biggest success stories in our annual Startups 100 list, we have resources to help new businesses get off the ground. Share this post facebook twitter linkedin Tags startups100 Ross Darragh Writer Ross has been writing for Startups since 2021, specialising in telephone systems, digital marketing, payroll, and sustainable business. He also runs the successful entrepreneur section of the website.Having graduated with a Masters in Journalism, Ross went on to write for Conde Nast Traveller and the NME, before moving in to the world of business journalism. Ross has been involved in startups from a young age, and has a keen eye for exciting, innovative new businesses. Follow him on his Twitter - @startupsross for helpful business tips.