New Delhi: India's leading Insurtech brand, Policybazaar.com celebrated its 10-year anniversary by holding a special event, "UnBeat10" for its existing and previous employees. The event brought together the founding team on one stage sharing their special stories of Policybazaar.com's decade-long journey and a live band performance to conclude the evening.
To mark the historic milestone, the company announced that it will create 2,500 more jobs in FY19, taking its employee strength to 6,000 people. Growing 100% Y-o-Y Policybazaar.com is aiming to underwrite premium worth Rs. 10,000 crore, expand its unique customer base to 1 crore and increase its revenue to Rs. 1,500 crore by 2020.
The company has added more than 1.15 lakh square feet of space across five new offices this financial year, taking its entire office space area to 2.5 lakh square feet across nine buildings in Sector 44, Gurgaon. The facilities are located within a 10-minute walking distance from HUDA City Centre, Gurgaon's biggest metro station.
"It's been a long and challenging journey to make it to the 10th year. We effectively started with 14 hardworking individuals," said Yashish Dahiya, Co-Founder and CEO, Policybazaar.com, talking about how it all began for the company. "We always believed in doing things at the right time to stay ahead in the highly competitive market. During these last 10 years, our passions for technology, commitment of each individual employee; and their distinctive competencies have been the driving force to build a successful venture. We are hopeful for the similar success and dedication by employees in the new ventures of the Group."
"Over the years we have acquired a huge customer base having unique needs. This presents a challenge and an opportunity for us because sustaining the momentum will be a critical factor for fuelling further growth for us and we clearly appreciate that customer acquisition and retention will be based on solving their problems quickly and efficiently," said co-founder and CFO, Policybazaar.com, Alok Bansal.