Introducing the Embroker Venture ProgramEmbroker News
Over the last several years, Embroker has positioned itself as an unwavering leader in the realm of startup insurance. We created the first-ever, all-digital insurance product for venture-funded tech startups, the Embroker Startup Program, to provide high-growth startups with the right insurance at the right price, with as little hassle as possible.
Always looking at the bigger picture, we wanted to create solutions that would not only help these businesses but also offer value and convenience to the venture capital firms that believe in them, which is why we are very excited to announce the launch of the Embroker Venture Program (EVP).
This new program allows venture sponsors to gain risk insights and drive value to their portfolio companies. EVP provides a simple way to track a fund’s board seats and gain peace of mind through a radically improved way of managing risk that flows up from the portfolio level.
We are leaders in the space and we work with leaders. Our innovation and support keep you ahead of the curve on protecting your firm and adding top-tier value through your platform. But beyond that, we also want you to think of our customer service as an equally valuable asset as our technology.
The Embroker Venture Program is focused on the venture sponsor, listening to issues and challenges and meeting them with unique products, services, and resources that stress quality and functionality above all.
- Exclusive premium credits (up to 20%) and coverage terms for portfolio companies
- Tracking board seats by type (voting or observer) and by an individual manager
- Confirming, tracking, and storing portfolio company D&O insurance coverage
- Benchmarking limits and policy costs
- Real-time insights on current events and “hot-spot” risks to board seats; e.g. derivative actions, antitrust, etc.
And that’s just the beginning.
Take a moment to discover the Embroker Venture Program and see how we’re evolving in our commitment to enhancing your business.
What can attorneys do to keep their sensitive client documents safe and secure?
Let’s take a look at some of the most common technology errors and omissions claim examples and learn what your tech company can do to both avoid them and survive them if they do occur.