The story of Young Alfred started at Wharton: It’s where founders Jason Christiansen WG17 and David Stasie WG17 met and later launched their home-insurance shopping platform to give customers more transparency into their coverage options.

Leveraging more than a billion data points, the platform matches users to policies from a range of approved carriers and delivers rate comparisons to users’ inboxes in minutes. Just a few years after its launch, the company has caught the eye of major investors, including Google, which late last year led a $10 million funding round for Young Alfred through its artificial intelligence-focused venture fund, Gradient Ventures.

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