League CEO Michael Serbinis has a new plan to conquer health insurance. It’s his second pivot in four years

League has a new plan to conquer the health insurance industry—its second pivot in four years. The health benefits company raised $62 million in July 2018, but revealed little at the time about its growth plans. Now, the firm is revamping its business model.

In a wide-ranging interview with The Logic, Serbinis discussed League’s pivot from a health benefits plan for small businesses to a digital platform that offers spending accounts and group health benefits for enterprises over 250 employees. He also discussed the company’s new offices in Manila, Dublin and Chicago, as well as when he plans to raise money again.

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