APOLLO is revolutionizing the insurance industry
Our proprietary digital insurance platform, APOLLO Exchange
Omni-channel distribution: broker portal and B2C embedded partnerships
A best-in-class commission model and ownership of data
APOLLO was born and positioned in a digital world
The instant purchase of 1000s of policies through our embedded proprietary platform, APOLLO Exchange, benefits brokers, their clients, and trees alike. Our digital-forward approach eliminates traditional paper-based processes by leveraging extensive data and intelligent algorithms to quote, collect payment, and issue policies—all without human intervention. It’s fast, it’s easy, and it’s redefining insurance distribution.
Where experience meets innovation
APOLLO’s success is found in underserved small business and personal insurance—led by industry experts and ambitious leaders.
Chief Underwriting Officer
Chief Financial Officer
VP Marketing & PR, Co-Founder
VP Broker Distribution
Chief Technology Officer
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