All posts tagged climate change

Meteo Protect Nominated for the European Fintech Awards 2017

Meteo Protect, an SAP® Startup Focus member, and Europe’s leading provider of weather risk insurance, has been nominated by stakeholders, users and experts as a leading “Insur Tech” for the European Fintech Awards 2017.  Winners will be determined by a combined public vote and expert assessment, with awards being given at the European Fintech Awards and Conference in Brussels on 27 September.  The European Fintech Awards 2017 celebrates “innovators that shape the future”.


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Spain’s Olive Growers’ Association Launches Meteo Protect’s Weather Insurance Platform

The largest professional agricultural association in Spain, the Agricultural Association of Young Farmers (ASAJA JAEN), has launched Meteo Protect’s dedicated weather insurance platform in order to provide its 22,000 affiliates access to Meteo Protect’s fully customized index-based weather insurance and increase their resiliency against climate-related risks.

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Meteo Protect Named Hot Ten FinTech 2017

In London this past week, FinTech City announced the FinTech50- an annual list of the 50 hottest FinTechs in Europe selected by the biggest names in European FinTech. Now in its 5th year, the international expert panel of investors, financial organisations and global tech and influencers narrowed down their list from 1500 companies. Of these, Meteo Protect, an SAP® Startup Focus member, and Europe’s leading provider of weather risk insurance, was recognized at this event as a Hot Ten 2017, “the one to watch” in 2017.


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Small and young businesses disproportionately bear the costs of climate change

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Report provides eye-opening new insights into the demographics of commercial victims of climate change. Young firms, which comprise not only the lifeblood of many communities but are central to national economies, do not insure against what they consider to be less frequent, extreme events, and are therefore, disproportionately bearing the costs of the vagaries of weather resulting from climate change.

With the frequency and severity of extreme weather events and unseasonal weather increasing as a result of climate change, Weather & Economics has reported on the far-reaching effects to a wide range of sectors, including agriculture (particularly for farmers of citrus fruits, avocadoes, cocoa, viticulture, and cereals) as well as for the sectors of finance, sporting events, travel, transport, automobile parts, fashion and apparel, construction, food and beverages, and snow removal, to name but a few.

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