COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - Aflac is planning to raise millions of dollars to benefit its core business.
The Atlanta Business Chronicle reports that Aflac plans to raise $100 million to invest in early-stage companies.
"With a greater focus on the customer experience, we feel that it is vital that Aflac prioritizes potential partners that will help us enhance services and shareholder value, while building our future growth engine," Aflac President of Global Operations Paul S. Amos II said.
Offices in North Carolina and California will be the main locations to help these companies.
"By investing in companies that we see as vital to our core business, we will be positioned to innovate as these early-stage companies continue to mature," said Amos II.