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Is Hippo's IPO the Next Lemonade?

By Neil Rozenbaum - Updated Mar 17, 2021 at 12:50PM

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The up-and-coming insurance company looks like a rising star in fintech.

In this video, I will be talking about the insurance tech company called Hippo. As of now, Hippo is a private company but it was recently announced that it's going to go public through a SPAC led by Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn co-Founder, and Mark Pincus, co-lead director of Reinvent Technology Partners (RTP).

I'm going to talk about what Hippo is doing, what makes it special, how it compares to Lemonade insurance, and what it could mean if it was to go public. 

 

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