Bondaval is a fast-growing insurtech that provides its Fortune 50 clients with a faster, more efficient tech platform for securing credit risk. After raising more than $15 million in venture funding and growing its team significantly in the last year in the UK and USA, the company was keen to ensure its culture reflected its diverse team composition and would be inclusive of future talent coming from any of the tech, insurance or other sectors as they continued to scale.
In order to do this, the company wanted to offer employees best-in-class benefits and wellbeing support for all of their journeys and needs, not least of which included reproductive health. During 2023, three babies were born to Bondaval team members and with a tech-savvy younger demographic it was clear that other colleagues might have questions regarding reproductive health choices and fertility preservation, or other options even before parenting.
Finally, outside of family-forming, company leadership also understood the fact that their industry is male-dominated, and one of the company’s aims is to ensure there is representation of women in all of its roles and across senior leadership. To do this in an authentic and impactful way, Bondaval recognised how important it was to offer women the necessary support they might need through significant life events, such as menopause.