Here are the 10 startups chosen for India's first 'Startupbootcamp FinTech'
Tanya DubeyJan 27, 2017, 11.48 AM
These start-ups will receive access to leading financial corporates in India who will provide the finalists with access to pilot customers, industry data, APIs and integration support.
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Each of the teams will receive €15,000 and three months free office space in Lower Parel, at the startup hub ‘Garage’ by Jetlabs. After three months intense acceleration, the teams will present their companies to over 500 investors and industry experts at Demo Day, ready to raise capital and grow their businesses.
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The program, focusing on accelerating startups in areas such as digital identities, blockchain, personal
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The ten winners are:
Doboz Solutions: A platform that digitizes the gifting experience to buy, share and exchange digital gift cards
ExpoWealth: Access to direct mutual funds along with various analytical tools to help users make informed decisions and invest in few clicks
GiftAssets: Online platform to gift mutual funds and ETFs
GreenDeck: Cash flow monitoring for businesses to manage their income, expenses and transactional analytics
RuPie: Alternative lending platform, which provides loans for personal and small business needs
Bitgram: A unified intelligence platform for digital transactions enabled by blockchain technology
ManageMyFortune: Robo advisory based curated marketplace for retail investors to find based on their past performance, client ratings or industry experience
Propelld: Educational Finance Platform
QuikkLoan: Credit scoring analytics based online loan marketplace, facilitating loans and other financial products
Zilra: Innovative cross-border remittance service
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