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Previsico hires Johnny Stubbs as Partnerships Manager to support accelerated demand in UK and US

We are delighted to appoint Johnny Stubbs as Partnerships Manager, based in our London office. Johnny is a specialist in developing and managing successful partnerships with insurance companies and has extensive experience in the InsurTech space.

He will work closely with our CEO and COO to drive business development across the UK and US insurance markets. Johnny will be responsible for building client-centric plans to help our clients and partners achieve their strategic goals and he will work in parallel with our marketing team to develop co-marketing, sales, and client enablement programmes.

Prior to joining Previsico, Johnny was UK Head of Insurance and Business Development at Getsafe. Before this, he was Operations Manager at InsurTech Unicorn, Zego.

Jonathan Jackson, CEO of Previsico, said: “Johnny brings a wealth of experience from the insurance and technology sectors within the fast-paced start-up environment. He is extremely knowledgeable with the proven skills to develop successful partnerships. He comes at a time of growing demand for our services and will be a real asset to Previsico and our clients. We are delighted to have him on board.”

Johnny commented on his appointment, saying: “I’m excited to join the award-winning team at Previsico to help the company to deliver on its mission, to minimise the impact of flooding, globally, by predicting flooding to protect people and their properties. I look forward to supporting Previsico’s growth and building strong partnerships within the insurance market.”