The Brooklyn-based start-up Wellth, backed by ASV, has developed an app to reward patients for taking their medications
Inspiring round tables and B2B meetings with the leaders of Israeli and French innovation: Team8, JVP, onepoint, Magma, Viola, Renault, Airbus Ventures, AXA, Bioclinic, Elsan …
Interview with I.AKRAM, General Partner
The list of entrepreneurs we support at ASV
ASV invests in Floome, an italian start-up that transforms your smartphone into a breathalyser
Key events for ASV over the past months
European Fintech event
Drew shares his thoughts about trends in insurtech and insurance innovation.
Happy innovative year !
A leading SaaS insurance platform
Insurtech start-up competition
ASV team will be at Slush Conference, Europe's leading startup event, in Helsinki
interview with Imran at Insurtech rising conference
AXA Strategic Ventures sponsor with JVP and Kamet for the 1st startup competition in Insurtech
First-of-its-kind startup competition aimed at identifying the next wave of innovation
Drew Aldrich from ASV will be speaking at the conference
#1 Insight, published by F.Robinet, Managing Partner @ASV
Money20/20 is the World's largest payments & financial services innovation event
Best of Vivatech
François Robinet, Managing Partner of ASV has been included in Financial News FinTech 20 in 2016
Few slides to introduce and present our strategy, our portfolio and our team
"Insurance: the new eldorado for disruptors ?" Interview with François Robinet (ASV), Ori Shaashua (Neura) and Emil Kendziorra (Medlanes)
ASV has led a funding round of $2 million in Wellth, a mobile first, financial incentive focused, behavior change platform.
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Portrait d'AXA Strategic Ventures
Large groups & Start-ups: how to work together ?
More insight on AXA Strategic Ventures
Join the #Insurtech meetup in the Bay area
Join the first #InsurTech meetup in the Bay area.
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