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Sinapsi (1° classified), D2H pnp (2° classified), Buildo e Tresor Privé (3° classified ex equo) are the winners announced during the conference of Cardif Open-F@b, the initiative launched by BNP Paribas Cardif in collaboration with PoliHub, the incubator of Politecnico di Milano. The aim is to reward and support the most innovative ideas in the customer acquisition field of the insurance sector.
Members of the jury were managers of BNP Paribas Cardif, successful entrepreneurs of the digital world and members of the academic staff of Politecnico.
The four start-up winners were selected among over 50 participants for the innovativeness of the proposals in the insurance field, for the credibility of their business plan and the potential tangible impact on the insurance business, with a special focus on new clients acquisition.
To carry out their projects, the winners will benefit for 12 months of a mentoring in the PoliHub incubator, where they will be supported directly by the experts of BNP Paribas Cardif and of the Polytechnic to accelerate their business plan, exploiting the synergies with the Company.
The pitch phase and the awards ceremony were preceded by a panel discussion with Isabella Fumagalli, Head of BNP Paribas Cardif in Italy, Andrea Rangone, Scientific Director of the Observatory StartUp – Politecnico of Milan, Emanuele Anzaghi, CEO and Vice President CercAssicurazioni.it and Segugio.it, Andrea Di Camillo, Managing Partner of P101, Gianluca Ferranti, Founder & CEO of Vivocha, Paul Gesess, Managing Partner United Ventures, Giovanni Iozzia, Director EconomyUp.it, Stefano Mainetti, CEO PoliHub, Andrea Manfredi, Founder & CEO Supermoney.eu and Jacopo Vanetti co-Founder JUSP.
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