Jason Andrew co-founded Limelight Health in 2013 to deliver better data integration and sales efficiency for insurance carriers, PEOs, brokers and others in the employee benefits sales ecosystem. As CEO, Andrew has led Limelight through several rounds of funding, helped the company close contracts with some of the largest and best-known companies in the U.S and grown the team.
Limelight’s award-winning technology, called QuotePad, aims to transform the way health insurance and employee benefits are quoted, sold and renewed. In its first three years, Limelight has been recognized with numerous industry awards: Awarded “Most-Promising HealthTech Company of 2015” – Silicon Valley HealthTech Conference; 1st place “2015 Startup Showcase” at Insurance Disrupted in Palo Alto; Named top “Agents of Change” for health insurance technology startups January 2017; Chosen of 1,000 companies to be part of Plug and Play’s InsureTech batch March 2017; Awarded first place in Munich Re’s annual innovation summit June 2017
Andrew is a serial entrepreneur and has advised numerous Silicon Valley startups as well as volunteering in the industry and community more broadly.
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