Allianz Insurance has partnered with on-demand InsurTech platform Dinghy to help provide cover to freelancers.
Dinghy offers on-demand business insurance for freelance workers, protecting them against professional indemnity, public liability, business equipment and more.
Users can turn the policy on or off when they need and increase or lower the reach of the insurance when they want all through a mobile app.
Allianz director of broker markets Nick Hobbs said, “We recognise that the world of employment is changing rapidly and our work in getting to this point with Dinghy has re-emphasised that evolution.
“With insure-as-you-work solutions expected to become more prevalent, partnering with Dinghy represents a great opportunity for Allianz. We are looking forward to sharing our expertise and providing flexible business insurance solutions for this fast-growing sector of the economy.”
Earlier in the year, Dinghy was acquired by Knightsbridge Group, an insurance platform backed by private equity firm Dunedin.
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