A transparent account of bootstrapping an insurance business as a solo founder.
Insurance is one of the least start-up friendly industries in the world. It's a regulated industry, so you can't just have an idea, buy a domain and start making money. You'll need to be licensed to sell insurance, and that takes between 6-12 months and costs thousands of pounds. For those of us who don't want to raise, how can you quickly and cheaply get started in insurance?
How has the journey to 250 customers looked for me? In a world where TechCrunch articles celebrate the overnight success story, I share my journey of slow and organic growth. It's important we remember growth doesn't look the same for everyone, therefore we must not give up if we fail to hit 6 digits in 48 hours.