SafetyWing Raises $35 Million

Health insurance is an important safety net for people around the world

SafetyWing is looking to change that by offering high-quality health insurance for nomads and remote employees

SafetyWing, a startup that’s providing health insurance coverage to remote workers, has secured $35 million in a Series B round

It previously raised $8 million from backers last year.

According to the startup, the new funds will be used to scale its flagship product Remote Health and create what it calls a “global social safety net”.

We built it because we as digital nomads and with a remote team needed it ourselves, and we realized we were not alone

plans to build out additional products called Remote Doctor and Remote Retirement to address other issues for workers

Tatiana Shalalvand, investment director at lead investor Kinnevik, said providing these benefits will be key in a remote working

Companies are battling fiercely to attract the best candidates which is quickly showing employers the importance of offering remote workers

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