“Pilotbird’s empowers life and health carriers to deliver better insurance outcomes for millions of Americans via group ancillary products ”
It is undeniably tough to build a good business. Ask any successful CEO or business owner, or an investor, and they will tell you that it took them a while to get it right. Recognizing good opportunities takes out of box thinking, domain expertise and inspiration. Building one takes more fundamental qualities of grit, aspiration, risk management and a pinch of magic. Evgeny Aleksandrov realized this to be true during his journey during his career in the financial services sector and with Pilotbird.
While growing up, he was not only encouraged to perceive every “change” as an opportunity but embrace calculated risk to pursue his interests — instilling an entrepreneur mindset from the get-go. In the years that followed, Evgeny for industry-leading companies such as JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, and McKinsey, wearing multiple hats that helped him grow and nurture business acumen. It exposed him to a new culture that valued entrepreneurship, impact, and personal development.
Evgeny started his first entrepreneurial venture in the financial serviceswith Access Square; a B2B FinTech start-up focused on innovating within investment services. The solution connected investors and corporate executives directly without the participation of brokerage firms. Having learned his lessons,Evgeny launched Kiwi, a start-up that offers episodic on-demand injury insurance for people with active lifestyles, leveraging social media analytics. It creates a timely personalized insurance offering that considers an individual’s interests and risk propensity.
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