About Demo Day
At Startupbootcamp Scale FinTech Mexico City, the first innovation program for high-growth FinTech startups of Startupbootcamp, managed by Finnovista, we will celebrate the graduation of the first generation with our #sbcDemoDay at FINNOSUMMIT Miami this 4th of October.
After six months of intensive work from our corporate partners, mentors, innovation and business developments specialists and, of course, the local team and the four participating startups, the time has come to close out the first season with a celebration of the Demo Day.
Expediente Azul, Facturedo, Pagamobil, and Quotanda will share with investors and key players of the region’s financial industry the evolution they have experienced through the Scale program and the next steps to their companies.
Join us at FINNOSUMMIT Miami or WATCH US LIVE on Facebook, and see what’s next for these startups and for Startupbootcamp Scale FinTech Mexico City.
Purchase your ticket using the code “SBC20”, and receive a 20% discount for being part of the Startupbootcamp community. Don’t delay and register by clicking here!
For more information please visit: miami.finnosummit.com
12:00 Context of starting a Scale FinTech program in Mexico and Latin America
12:07 Intro by partners and pitch by Startups
- Expediente Azul
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Startupbootcamp Scale FinTech Mexico City is the first innovation program for growth stage startups in Latin America and comes to its end. We proudly present our first cohort results, and it would be amazing to join us for our great celebration.
In March, we announced our cohort: selected from nearly 100 FinTech growth stage startups who applied to the program: that included projects from 17 countries in America, Europe, Asia and Africa, with a special interest in growing their businesses into the Mexican and Latin American markets.
The chosen startups are from Mexico and Chile, and focus on solutions for specific groups within financial services such as SMEs, financial institutions and students, while others offer payments efficiency tools.
- Expediente Azul (Mexico): Expediente Azul is a FinTech web and mobile tool designed for financial institutions to easily capture (including through the customer's phone's camera), receive, validate automatically (with OCR+AI) and store the many documents sent by a particular customer that requests a loan and manages the complex communications interaction with the customer during the lifecycle involved until all the documents are valid.
- Facturedo: LatAm focused working capital financing marketplace. On one side we have an app that helps SMEs advance receivables payments, outsource collections and help assess and mitigate clients risks. On the other, we have an app for individuals and institutional to invest in this asset class, building and monitoring an atomized portfolio without the hassle of collections, similar to a P2P lending platform.
- Pagamobil (Mexico): Pagamobil started as a standalone app to pay your bills. From your recurrent electricity bill to car speeding tickets or air-time for your mobile. Our product is simple: select the service you want to pay, scan the paper bill that you get by mail and finally, select the payment method. Our business model has been very well received. Today we are developing white-label solutions and API’s for third parties.
- Quotanda (Mexico): Quotanda takes care of all aspects of partners’ online lending programs, with a secure, mobile-enabled customer experience, automated, custom underwriting, loan disbursement, extended servicing, and default management. Quotanda reduces costs and helps lenders acquire high lifetime-value clients. New programs are implemented in weeks - no need to hire additional resources.
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