Concirrus bucks insurtech trend with revenue for 2023

Company touts monumental increase in revenue

Concirrus bucks insurtech trend with revenue for 2023


By Kenneth Araullo

Marine insurtech Concirrus has touted that it broke a sector trend, reporting a landmark revenue surge of 204.6% for the fiscal year ending December 2023.

Concirrus touts that the growth has propelled the company into profitability in the latter half of the year, notable amidst what is considered a challenging period for the global Insurtech industry. In fact, the sector has seen a downturn, with funding dropping below $1 billion for the first time in three years, leading to numerous failures within the industry.

Andrew Yeoman (pictured above), the founder and CEO of Concirrus, highlighted the company's strategic move to buy out venture investors early in 2023, emphasising financial stability and the development of next-generation technology. This strategy, coupled with strong client support and notable customer acquisitions, has been pivotal in the company's success.

“What is certain is that in our customer’s markets over the last 12 months, providing insurance of global trade, the movement of goods, and the insurance of vessels have become increasingly complex,” Yeoman said. “With geopolitical tensions changing almost daily, the roles of brokers, underwriters, and P&I clubs have also become overwhelmingly busy and so, there’s never been a more pressing need for solutions to help with this.”

Looking ahead, Yeoman says that Concirrus is maintaining a rapid pace of technology development, with several significant announcements expected in the near future.

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