M-Changa, Creditable and the other teams will after the three months pitch to over 200 investors, mentors, and partners at Demo day. Startupbootcamp has been backed by Lloyds, MasterCard, Rabobank and SBT Venture Capital. Startupbootcamp FinTech’s partnership with Lloyds, Rabobank, SBT Venture Capital and MasterCard will see the startups get access to pilot customers, industry data, APIs and capital.
Other startups include;
Epiphyte, a US compnay deploying enterprise software that allows the pre-installed systems of financial institutions to “talk” to crypto-financial networks.
FriendlyScore, a firm from Ploand creating credit scorecards based on big data from Facebook.
Insly, an Estonian cloud-based tool for insurance salespeople.
InvoiceSharing, a financial services marketplace from the Netherlands, aiming to enable 100% free electronic invoicing.
Liquity, an online marketplace in the UK matching buyers and sellers of private company shares.
milliPay Systems, a micropayment startup from Switzerland aims to make online payments as simple as browsing.
Tab, a US firm that integrates with existing bank systems to enable real-time social payment networking.
Up Investments, a UK startup which enables people to find, manage and grow all of their P2P and equity crowdfunded investments through one free and simple platform.
“SBC’s track record is unbeatable in terms taking companies to the next level–both regionally and globally,” concluded M-Changa CEO, Kyai Mullei.