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Blink plans smart insurance app to cut the claims process

Founded by Paul Prendergast and Peter Bermingham in October 2016, Blink was acquired by British-based publicly listed insurance group CPP for €1 million six months after it was established

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
17th November, 2019
Paul Bermingham

Cork firm Blink has plans to launch a new insurance product that would automate payouts using data from smart devices next year.

Founded by Paul Prendergast and Peter Bermingham in October 2016, Blink was acquired by British-based publicly listed insurance group CPP for €1 million six months after it was established.

The company, which has 12 employees, launched its service to manage flight cancellation insurance claims in April 2017. Its offering monitors aviation data so insurance...

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