The third batch of Startupbootcamp FinTech Mexico City confirms immeasurable possibilities for the future of FinTech in Latin America

The third batch of Startupbootcamp FinTech Mexico City confirms immeasurable possibilities for the future of FinTech in Latin America


More than 200 key players of the FinTech industry and the entrepreneurship community in Mexico City joined the 10 Fintech startups of the third generation which showcased their innovation story during Demo Day and accomplished milestones achieved. 

Startupbootcamp FinTech Mexico City, which is organized and run by Finnovista, celebrated the closure of its third batch during Demo Day on 30th January.

The 10 Latin American startups of the generation showcased their innovation story and accomplishments during their acceleration progress in front of the FinTech industry. In total, 44 strategic alliances were finalized, which confirms the immeasurable value that these entrepreneurs, who are already boosting their projects along with the key players of the industry, are bringing to the industry.


During the 3 months of acceleration, the startup founders and their teams participated in more than 14 keynotes and 355 individual sessions. The entrepreneurs heeding the call to transform the FinTech industry in Latin America in the following years benefited from mentor sessions with more than 200 experts, Startupbootcamp’s local and Finnovista global team, and one-to-one meetings with the corporate partners of the program: Visa, Scotiabank, HSBC Mexico, Banregio, IGNIA, LATINIA, Fiinlab powered by Gentera, EY Mexico, and White & Case.

Since Selection Days back in March 2019, the third batch of Startupbootcamp FinTech Mexico City, consisting of Alfi (Chile), Atrato (Mexico), DataFierce (Mexico), Flotify (Mexico), Hubex (Costa Rica), Inverkids (Mexico), Smart Beta Fix (Mexico), Scorce (Mexico), Vale Pay (Mexico) and Lisa Insurtech (Chile), has grown into the next generation of those looking to disrupt the FinTech industry.

This batch is, compared to all previous cohorts, the one with the most female founders, co-founders and team members, indicating further empowerment for women in the industry. Thus, Startupbootcamp FinTech Managing Director Rafael Hernández said that “these startups are explorers that since the first day of their adventure have been searching and creating new niches in FinTech.”

According to the Co-Founder & Managing Partner of Finnovista, Fermín Bueno, “Startupbootcamp FinTech has become the best FinTech talent pool in Latin America. Thanks to these startups, Startupbootcamp’s corporate partners have built a meaningful bond with the most disruptive solutions in the financial industry. We at Finnovista are already working on launching the next round of the program for the 2020-2022 program cycle, with both a FinTech and InsurTech scope. We are excited to work with key players in the finance and insurance sector, who are helping to consolidate Mexico City as the largest and most important innovation hub in Latin America.”