PIVOT POINT - In conversation with young trailblazer, Mishaya Chettiar, Executive Head: Everything.Insure

Mishaya Chettiar is Executive Head at Everything.Insure, an insuretech start-up working to revolutionise the insurance industry and demystify insurance for the country's consumers. This month Mishaya was awarded the Forty under Forty award for the nations most accomplished business leaders in the insurance category because of her work in driving financial inclusion in insurance through the use of tech.

Mishaya's expertise lies in digital transformation and strategic innovation, and she has dedicated the past three years to reengineering traditional financial services processes to empower consumers. As the Executive Head of Everything.Insure, Mishaya is directly involved in shaping the strategy, innovation, marketing, and user experience design of this groundbreaking digital insurance marketplace. With over a decade of experience in the management consulting industry, Mishaya has refined her skills working for a variety of companies – Accenture, RMB, JD Group, and Mercedes-Benz, with a particular focus on Financial Services. She has run her own consulting practice for the past five years and had an integral role in driving the digital transformation of the firstEquity Insurance Group.
21 Sep 4PM English South Africa Business News · Investing

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