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ThingCo's Products & Differentiators
Little Theo Device
Connected car device capable of granular data capture and transmission, with AI voice technology and powered by a solar panel
Expert Collections containing ThingCo
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Latest ThingCo News
Mar 2, 2022
In a new deal demonstrating the power of next-generation telematics in commercial insurance, Insenture Underwriting has partnered with ThingCo, the telematics insurtech to support the launch of fayre, a specialist insurance product developed for the private hire taxi market. This is the first commercial insurance telematics product that ThingCo has supported since launch to the insurance market […] The post Insenture Underwriting partners with ThingCo for private Taxi insurance appeared first on Fintech Finance.
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ThingCo Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was ThingCo founded?
ThingCo was founded in 2018.
Where is ThingCo's headquarters?
ThingCo's headquarters is located at London.
What is ThingCo's latest funding round?
ThingCo's latest funding round is Unattributed.
How much did ThingCo raise?
ThingCo raised a total of $4M.
Who are the investors of ThingCo?
Investors of ThingCo include BGL Group.
Who are ThingCo's competitors?
Competitors of ThingCo include Insurance & Mobility Solutions.
What products does ThingCo offer?
ThingCo's products include Little Theo Device and 2 more.
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