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Matheus Riolfi

Co-Founder & CEO at Tint

Matheus is the Co-founder and CEO of Tint. Before this, he was the Director of International Expansion at Turo and launched the company in Canada, the UK, and Germany. He pioneered the operations, including designing risk management in different stages of the company and sourcing insurance in various countries. He is a licensed insurance broker in all 50 US states, holds an MBA from Harvard Business school and a dual degree in business from the University of São Paulo and Kedge Business School.

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Matheus Riolfi

Co-Founder & CEO at Tint

Matheus is the Co-founder and CEO of Tint. Before this, he was the Director of International Expansion at Turo and launched the company in Canada, the UK, and Germany. He pioneered the operations, including designing risk management in different stages of the company and sourcing insurance in various countries. He is a licensed insurance broker in all 50 US states, holds an MBA from Harvard Business school and a dual degree in business from the University of São Paulo and Kedge Business School.

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As seen on

Timeline

Jan 2018 - Present

Tint

Co-Founder & CEO

TINT 1

Jan 2018 - Present

Feb 2014 - Dec 2017

Turo

Director of International Expansion

Turo Symbol e1658947973539

Feb 2014 - Dec 2017

Jan 2013 - Feb 2014

Tripeese, Inc

Co-Founder

Jan 2013 - Feb 2014

Jul 2011 - May 2013

Harvard Business School

MBA Candidate at Harvard Business School

Class of 2013

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Jul 2011 - May 2013

Jan 2008 - Mar 2011

Monitor Group

Consultant

Jan 2008 - Mar 2011

Jan 2007 - Dec 2007

V2 Finance

M&A Analyst

Jan 2007 - Dec 2007

Ask me

I understand Tint is focused on “Intrinsic Embedded Insurance," what is that?
How did your experience at Turo help shape Tint?
What types of companies can really benefit from intrinsic embedded insurance?
What makes businesses uniquely positioned to need a service like this?
Insurance isn’t often considered to be a very “attractive” industry - what makes Tint different?
Lots of industries are experiencing a shift in customer expectations, does this apply to embedded insurance? How so?
What questions can companies ask themselves to help figure out if they could benefit from a service like Tint?
In addition to offering protection to their users, how do companies benefit from embedded insurance?
What trends do you see right now in the startup world? The market in general?
What are the unique challenges startups are facing today? How are you navigating these challenges?
Throughout your startup journey, what unique insights have you discovered?
You recently raised your Series A, what was that experience like and what advice would you give to other founders looking to raise in the next year?
Tint has employees globally and is dedicated to remote-first. Why did you make that decision?

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