ESPs containing Life.io
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Wearables are smart devices that collect biometric data from the individual wearing them. Life insurers can tap into this data to underwrite and price policies. Players in this technology market include wearable hardware manufacturers with software platforms and pure-play wearable software platforms.
When was Life.io founded?
Life.io was founded in 2012.
Where is Life.io's headquarters?
Life.io's headquarters is located at 1223 Sansom St, Philadelphia.
What is Life.io's latest funding round?
Life.io's latest funding round is Corporate Minority.
How much did Life.io raise?
Life.io raised a total of $2.22M.
Who are the investors of Life.io?
Investors of Life.io include SE2, Plug and Play Ventures, Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern PA, Rittenhouse Ventures, Robin Hood Ventures and 4 more.
Who are Life.io's competitors?
Competitors of Life.io include TicTrac, Sprout Wellness Solutions, Sureify, InterGen Data, PAI Health and 7 more.
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