Quotall launches funding round on Seedrs

After strong momentum in the private round, insurance e-trading specialist launches public crowdfunding round seeking to raise £500,000 to fuel the next phase of growth

London, 9th August 2021:  Insurtech ecosystem specialist Quotall is delighted to announce that its public crowdfunding round on Seedrs is now live, with momentum already strong following the private investment round.

Quotall is seeking to raise a minimum target of £500,000 to fuel the next phase of its growth  – supporting its strong pipeline of new business, new distribution channels and a fast-expanding ecosystem of insurtech and service providers.

Quotall specialises in launching and marketing insurance services for any business wishing to leverage their customer base to sell insurance. Quotall’s SaaS platform that can deliver a comparative quote, buy and self-serve insurance service via multiple channels anywhere in the world.

Quotall CEO Simon Ball said, “After seeing such strong support in the private phase of our investment round driving us well on our way towards our goal, I am confident that the public crowdfunding will see us reach our minimum target. Crowdfunding via Seedrs was a natural fit for Quotall as we seek to expand – an efficient, effective and highly innovative platform that allows us to attract interested, enthusiastic investors to take part in the next phase of our growth journey. 

We are constantly improving and refining our unique insurance software and ecosystem services and are working with some of the largest brands across industries from retail brands, to the worlds of construction and cars – to deliver to them the flexibility to offer a first-class insurance solution built just for their business. 

Our core offering of supporting brands in accessing this great, new revenue stream quickly and with minimal cost and effort is what has been most compelling when it comes to our growth so far, and now we need to scale further to service the new business opportunities we are seeing.”