The start-up completes a financing round amounting to 20 million, including 15 million in equity. It is positioned on the primary needs of the French, the automobile and housing in mind, and claims 20,000 users.
The world has changed, and that of insurance too. In any case on the consumer side, it seems more and more improbable, to protect their habitat or their vehicle, to pay an annual fee that does not take into account the contingencies such as the successive confinements of 2020. It is this. a trend anticipated by Leocare, an insurance start-up, which has just closed a financing of 20 million euros, of which 15 million in equity and 5 in debt and bank loans.
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