Kin Insurance's Product Videos
Kin Insurance's Products & Differentiation
See Kin Insurance's products and how their products differentiate from alternatives and competitors
When users visit Kin’s website, email its support staff, or call its hotline to obtain quotes on home, flood, hurricane, landlord, or mobile home insurance policies, they simply provide their home address, at which point Kin’s algorithms consider thousands of publicly available data points to assess their property. Then it offers a few suggested coverage recommendations, at which point the homeowner chooses the policy they want and arranges payment. Kin offers insurance through the Kin Interinsurance Network (KIN), a reciprocal exchange owned by our customers who share in the underwriting profit. Because of our efficient tech and direct-to-consumer model, we provide affordable pricing without compromising coverage.
When was Kin Insurance founded?
Kin Insurance was founded in 2016.
Where is Kin Insurance's headquarters?
Kin Insurance's headquarters is located at 222 Merchandise Mart Plaza, Chicago.
What is Kin Insurance's latest funding round?
Kin Insurance's latest funding round is Series D.
How much did Kin Insurance raise?
Kin Insurance raised a total of $245.09M.
Who are the investors of Kin Insurance?
Investors of Kin Insurance include Commerce Ventures, August Capital, Hudson Structured Capital Management, Flourish Ventures, Alpha Edison and 18 more.
Who are Kin Insurance's competitors?
Competitors of Kin Insurance include Slide Insurance and 2 more.
What products does Kin Insurance offer?
Kin Insurance's products include Homeowners.
You May Also Like
Amwins (American Wholesale Insurance Group) is a wholesale distributor of specialty insurance products and services with expertise across a diversified mix of property, casualty, and group benefits products. Amwins also offers value-added services to support some of these products, including product development, underwriting, premium and claims administration, and actuarial services. Amwins operates in four divisions: Brokerage, Underwriting, Group Benefits, and International.
Swyfft uses patented analytical methods and unique data sources to more accurately assess the risks to users home and property. In most cases, this enables Swyfft to provide a premium quote in a few seconds using just an address, and it can usually offer a lower premium, too.
Branch is home and auto insurance that's simple to buy and built for savings. Branch removes all of the friction associated with getting covered, helping consumers bundle their home and auto with ease. Built as a reciprocal exchange, the Branch Insurance Exchange taps into the power of community to make insurance more accessible and affordable for everyone. Branch was founded in 2019 and is based in Columbus, Ohio.
Kalepa delivers decision-support software to commercial insurance underwriters. Kalepa's AI-powered Copilot enables underwriters to focus their time on the highest ROI opportunities and rapidly evaluate, select, and price risk. By analyzing billions of points of structured and unstructured data, Kalepa's Copilot augments underwriters with insights and recommendations on every risk.
wefox enables customers, insurance brokers, and insurance providers to transact and manage insurance products digitally.
B3i Services provides insurance solutions on a blockchain platform offering opportunities for efficiency, growth, and quality across the value chain to benefit all participants including end customers.
Discover the right solution for your team
The CB Insights tech market intelligence platform analyzes millions of data points on vendors, products, partnerships, and patents to help your team find their next technology solution.