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Tapoly wins Insurance Provider of The Year 2018 award at The British Small Business Awards

Tapoly was named Insurance Provider of the Year 2018 at The British Small Business Awards, the leading annual celebration of the UK’s small business sector, honouring the best small companies, services providers, advisers, sole traders and micro-businesses in the country.

Founded in 2016 by Janthana Kaenprakhamroy, Tapoly: Insurance On Tap offers flexible commercial insurance on demand to freelancers, contractors, and small businesses, as well as bespoke insurance products for marketplaces. The award is a true recognition of Tapoly’s efforts in best addressing the needs of SMEs, the quality of its services and products, as well as the value for money and the breadth of cover it offers. 

As one of very few insurance providers in the UK offering flexible products suitable to the needs of SMEs, which accounted for 99.3% of all private sector businesses at the start of 2017, Tapoly is well placed to capitalise on this growth and the increasing number of self-employed workers who are expected to reach 1.4bn in number globally by 2025. Tapoly provides them with insurance that is easy, convenient, and most importantly flexible, at the tap of a finger.

In addition, Tapoly offers data-driven software as a service for insurers, brokers and corporate partners who wish to offer on-demand and bespoke products at low cost.  The company is FCA licensed as a Managing General Agent and is a member of Lloyd’s insurance market.

Commenting on the award Janthana Kaenprakhamroy, CEO of Tapoly, stated:

It is wonderful to be recognised among such brilliant competition. We are so happy to have won and will continue to develop our products and services to effectively address the needs of workers and small businesses in the sharing economy.’


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