Fintech has strengthened its position as Australia’s most popular startup sector among company founders, according to a major survey released today.
Below are our member announcements for November 2017:
SuperCharger is Asia’s leading Fintech accelerator that operates a 12-week program in Hong Kong and Malaysia. We provide global start-ups and scale-ups the resources and support they need to thrive in the Asian market, and simultaneously facilitate proof-of-concepts and productions deals between our startups and corporate partners. SuperCharger is trusted by tier 1 financial institutions and governments to catalyze their Fintech agenda. Read more
Australia has a record ten companies in this year’s highly-regarded Fintech100 report, putting it second only to the United States and ahead of other key markets such as Singapore and the UK when it comes to mentions on the list.
FinTech Australia – the nation’s association for Australia’s fintech industry – today congratulated fintechs listed in the 2017 Fintech100. Read more
Global Startup Challenge is an initiative of NRI Startup India to empower innovations & startups across the globe through the platform EDGE 196.
It’s a series of challenges which will get launched every quarter across multiple sectors. The first sector being highlighted is Fintech.
It’s been a whirlwind ride but Australia’s inaugural fintech festival – Intersekt – is over.
In this post, we’re keen to bring all the highlights and key facts and figures from the festival, held from 27 October to 3 November 2017 in Melbourne.
FinTech Australia’s new tech partner, Microsoft Australia, is inviting members of the fintech community to the Microsoft Summit being held in Sydney next week.
Daniel Paperny for FinTech Australia
Investment in cyber security and artificial intelligence will form the central focus for the Victorian Government who reaffirmed its commitment to supporting the local fintech and start-up ecosystem at FinTech Australia’s intersekt festival this morning. Read more