Dubai Fintech Bootcamp features a qualified few as South African and Egyptian startups; SnapSlip and Fawaterak qualify for the Startup bootcamp Fintech Dubai accelerator. This is presented as an opportunity for exposure, mentorship, funding and networking.
This is a sequel to then then accelerator program organizer in 2018 revealed that over the next three years and in partnership with Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), Visa and HSBC, it will accelerate 40 startups working in a range of fields impacting financial services innovation, such as artificial and machine intelligence, distributed ledger technologies, and digital and open banking. Startupbootcamp also noted that the program will be open to startups from the MENA region as well as from around the globe.
The accelerator is targeted at startups in specified fields shaping financial operations and services; artificial intelligence, distributed ledger technologies, and digital banking.
A total of 10 startups have been selected for its current edition, which enjoys the support of Startupbootcamp’s global network of entrepreneurs, investors and industry corporations, free co-working space, and EUR15,000.
The selected startups include South African digital receipting startup, ‘Snapslip’, which substituted the need for paper receipts by sending proof of purchase to a customer’s profile within the application.
‘Fawaterak’ (Egypt), an online invoicing and payments service was also selected for the boot camp amongst other accordingly; Coil Pay (US), Datacultr (India), DD-Ready (Finland), Epension (UAE), Lending Star (Singapore), Marta (Uzbekistan), Tayyab (Kazakhstan) and Trade Quant (Lebanon). For more opportunities, click
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