An InsurTech pioneer is looking for a Tech Co-Founder to develop an online marketplace

Created by Brock Poling.

I'm a Product Manager in Columbus, OH. I work at Previously, I've worked at MC2, Atomic Mail, Possible Worldwide, Bigfoot Digital. I earned a M.S. from Capital University.

Project Description

Nexa, a pioneer in the $10B InsurTech industry is looking for a full-stack developer to join our team as a co-founder.

Our B2B mobile & desktop application helps insurance brokers and agents quickly find each other and connect - helping both do business more efficiently and profitably.

Currently the insurance industry is in the technological dark ages.

When agents find a new client opportunity in an industry they are unfamiliar with they must seek out brokers by networking with friends in the industry, scouring online discussion boards and facebook groups, and googling.

The process is horribly inefficient and often fails to produce meaningful results.

Nexa's powerful marketplace helps agents and brokers connect quickly using centralized online profiles, active filtering technology and light AI to aid in the connection process.

We estimate this is a $100MM opportunity in the next 5 years.

We have a professional designed InVision prototype that has been validated by both agents and brokers. We are seeking a tech co-founder to code our MVP.

Initial compensation will be co-founder status, equity, and a continued role within the company (if you want that.)

Project Goals

  • Take our current InVision prototype and help develop it into a functional MVP.

  • Work with us as we acquire beta users, bug fixes, and prioritize new features to be added

  • Potentially assist in investor meetings to describe the overall technical vision and architecture of the MVP.

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