Fresh from $13.5m Series A, Indonesian insurtech Qoala takes the long view amid Covid-19

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Backed by capital from VCs like Sequoia Capital India, Qoala wants to grow its income channels, team and partnerships as others hold back

“The most important thing in financial planning is to avoid losses, especially losses that you can never recover from,” said Harshet Lunani. To the CEO and co-founder of Qoala, one of Indonesia's first insurtech startups, that's why insurance is important to the average consumer – to cover one's financial risks in life, from losing money due to mishaps like missed flights or dropping one's phone, to the more expensive costs of accidents and serious illnesses.“When your risks are covered, you'll have more peace of mind and can focus on making decisions that can lead to bigger returns,” he said...
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