Today, Inc. revealed that Neptune Flood, the first AI-driven flood insurance company to provide fast, easy, and better flood insurance, ranks No. 205 on its annual Inc. 5000 list.
Several Tampa Bay businesses recently made the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America; leading the way for St. Petersburg was Neptune Flood Insurance at 205.
More than 100 local companies made this year’s Inc. 5000 list of America’s fastest-growing firms.
AI-driven flood insurtech Neptune Flood has announced a new partnership with SIAA (Strategic Insurance Agency Alliance), an US alliance of independent insurance agencies.
Neptune Flood has announced a partnership with the Strategic Insurance Agency Alliance (SIAA), the nation’s largest independent insurance agency alliance.
Following a flood event, many insured homeowners are surprised to find out they were not adequately covered for various common losses.
Neptune Flood has announced a strategic collaboration with ICEYE, an international satellite imagery company that provides earth observation data through the world’s largest synthetic-aperture radar (SAR) constellation.
Insurtech startup Neptune Flood, led by former C1 Bank CEO Trevor Burgess, has written more than 100,000 policies since it was founded in 2018 by Jim Albert.
On Oct. 1, 2021, the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s new pricing structure for the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) officially kicked off.
AI-driven flood insurtech Neptune Flood has announced a new partnership with Attune Insurance, a New York-based commercial insurance marketplace.
The digital flood insurance company Neptune Flood has announced its environmental plan - a commitment to help combat climate change within the company. The company is also calling on the insurtech sector to become the first industry to achieve sector-wide carbon neutrality.
In the complex and often confusing world of flood insurance, it can be difficult for homeowners to know whether they should buy policies through the federal government or from a private company. But with changes to the National Flood Insurance Program expected to push up premiums for many, the private market is gearing up for a possible mass migration to their services.