Innovating and Building New Ventures with Dan Gumpright of Tenney 110 @ American Family Insurance

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with Dan Gumpright | Aug 09, 2022

About This Episode

We love talking about innovation across the insurance industry – speaking with our ecosystem partners, customers, SIs and leading experts who are modernizing every aspect of insurance. In this latest podcast, we talk with Dan Gumpright, New Venture Lead at Tenney 110, the venture build studio at American Family Insurance, about incremental and disruptive innovation, the models that support both, failing fast and learning quickly to progress ideas, as well as outcomes and trends across the insurance industry.

To learn more about Tenney 110’s areas of focus and innovation visit https://www.tenney110.com/.

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