Blog: Kinsu - Missing the 'kinder' option

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As a Londoner exposed to the industry on a daily basis, I doubt I’m alone in finding it difficult not to notice insurance adverts on the underground. And for a time, Kinsu seemed to be very much a staple between your Avivas and your Zurichs.

Sadly, after a 2018 launch, the company recently followed on the heels of peer to peer insurtech Guevara and closed its doors. Albeit, as CEO Chris Sharpe told Post, this could be on a temporary basis

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