Startupbootcamp Fintech & Cybersecurity Amsterdam accelerator announces successful IPO and startups taking part in its 2020 program

Startupbootcamp Fintech & Cybersecurity Amsterdam accelerator announces successful IPO and startups taking part in its 2020 program

27-Jan-2020

AMSTERDAM, 23 January 2020 

Startupbootcamp FinTech & CyberSecurity selects nine startups for its accelerator program.

Startupbootcamp Amsterdam recently listed its Fintech accelerator (SBC Fintech Amsterdam 1921 B.V.) on the Rabo&Crowd platform, powered by Nxchange, a next-generation stock exchange.

 

At the end of a global tour in key financial capitals worldwide, which lasted several months, Startupbootcamp, the leading European accelerator, has now selected nine international teams disrupting the fintech industry: Dakko Loans, Doni Inc., CLL Technologies Ltd/Loyalize, Risk Priorities Inc., Tytonical, Uniqul Technologies BV, Locumento OÜ/Volo, Wajenzi Fund and White Swan Global, Inc. 

The program is taking place at Startupbootcamp’s headquarters in Amsterdam, with the kick off on 13 January 2020 and finish in April 2020. The startups will receive mentorship from a network of hundreds of entrepreneurs, key industry leaders, top executives, and investors from Startupbootcamp’s global fintech ecosystem. They will also receive free office space, €15K of seed money, and support from Startupbootcamp partners – such as Rabobank, BNP Paribas, Banca Sella, Fabrick, Fintech District, Epiphanic, Hakrinbank, Comsec and Capgemini. 

Startupbootcamp recently listed its SBC Fintech Amsterdam 1921 B.V. program on Nxchange public stock exchange – giving private investors a chance to directly take stake in the startups selected to be accelerated for the 2020, 2021 and 2022 cohorts (i.e. thirty startups in the coming three years) within the FinTech & CyberSecurity domain. In total, 2.325 million euros were raised. 

 

Meet the startups in the Startupbootcamp FinTech & CyberSecurity 2020 cohort:

Dakko Loans (Singapore): Quick on-demand credit for your health. 

The Doni (The Netherlands): Achieve your saving goals faster by monetizing your personal data.

Loyalize (UK): Enabling Retailers to integrate loyalty programs at PoS.

Risk Priorities (USA): Digital Transformation of Risk and Compliance.

Tytonical (UK): Combining Omnichannel personalisation and payments.

Uniqul (The Netherlands): Facial recognition retail payments.

Volo (Croatia, Estonia): Better and faster expense management.

Wajenzi Fund (The Netherlands): The first investment platform for immigrants. 

White Swan (USA, Sweden): Ensuring your future savings and income with permanent life insurance.

 

After graduating from the program in the spring of 2020, the startups will put their names in the spotlight of the Fintech and Cybersecurity sector, and continue to be supported by the Startupbootcamp Global Alumni growth program, which connects over 900 startups worldwide.

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About Startupbootcamp

Startupbootcamp builds innovative ecosystems in which startups, corporates, knowledge institutions and mentors innovate and accelerate each other’s growth. Startupbootcamp has locations in Amsterdam, Melbourne, Cape Town, Mexico, Dubai, Milan, New York and other cities. For more information visit: http://www.startupbootcamp.org

About Rabobank Group

Rabobank is an international financial services provider operating on the basis of cooperative principles. It offers retail banking, wholesale banking, private banking, leasing and real estate services. As a cooperative bank, Rabobank puts customers’ interests first in its services. Rabobank is committed to being a leading customer-focused cooperative bank in the Netherlands and a leading food and agri bank worldwide. Rabobank employed 41,926 people per 30 June 2019. Rabobank Group is active in 39 countries.

For more information about the Rabobank Group go to www.rabobank.com.

About Nxchange

The Nxchange platform enables SMEs to attract funding by issuing tradeable bonds. Investors can buy and sell these bonds on the Nxchange stock exchange. Nxchange has a licence for a regulated market. Apart from Euronext, Nxchange is the only organisation in the Netherlands that holds this licence. Read more on www.nxchange.com