Insurtech Joyn Insurance Adds Five More States; Property, General Liability, and Excess Coverage Now Available in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington
-Joyn Now Accepts Submissions in 32 States and Washington, D.C.-
NEW YORK May 2, 2022—Insurance technology company Joyn announced today that it would be offering coverage in an additional five states for effective dates beginning June 1. By adding property, general liability, and excess lines of coverage in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington, Joyn is now accepting submissions in a total of 32 states and Washington, D.C.
“As we race toward the one-year anniversary of Joyn opening its doors for business, our continued expansion is a testament that our value proposition is resonating in the market,” said Joyn CEO Seraina Macia. “Within the last month, we have also expanded our class offering with dozens of additional classes and added equipment breakdown coverage, both of which enhance what we offer to our trading partners and customers.”
“These are truly exciting times for our company and the industry is taking note of our leading technology and data platforms to enable a transparent, trusted, and truly one-of-a-kind insurance experience that Joyn offers to the small and middle commercial insurance markets,” Macia continued.
Joyn was launched to remove the pain points and operational inefficiencies that commercial insurance brokers and underwriters experience all too frequently. Joyn achieves this by seamlessly integrating insurance and technology expertise to create a better way of providing insurance for brokers and customers. By building a technology ecosystem from the ground up, Joyn’s customers and clients enjoy a faster, more accurate, and more transparent user experience that saves time while reducing costs and frustration.
On April 21, Joyn announced additional NAICS codes to its class eligibility, including car washes, convenience stores, dry cleaners, dwellings, gas stations, health clubs and gyms, landscaping, liquor stores, parking lots and garages, restaurants, sporting goods manufacturers, and warehouses and mini warehouses. Then, on April 26, Joyn announced the addition of equipment breakdown coverage to its list of offerings, including all the coverages, services, and benefits associated with traditional equipment breakdown insurance as well as additional coverages designed to address today’s modern equipment risks and technology-related failures.
For more information, or to learn more, visit https://www.joyninsurance.com/.
Joyn Insurance Services Inc. is a Delaware-domiciled, licensed producer, excess and surplus lines broker, and program manager that operates under its “Joyn” TM and “Joyn Insurance”TM brands. Joyn is an insurtech enterprise that underwrites commercial insurance in the small and middle markets. Joyn is powered by technology, data and expertise to deliver a transparent and trusted experience to brokers and customers.