16 May Startup BootCamp FinTech Dublin FastTrack – 19th May
A chance for FinTech Startups to meet Startupbootcamp FinTech, connect with great mentors and get feedback
Who is Startupbootcamp FinTech?
Startupbootcamp FinTech is the world’s largest FinTech accelerator, with three programmes in London, New York and Singapore and soon to be launching in Mexico City and India. For each accelerator, 10 startups are selected for a 13 week programme – with the aim of achieving 18 months’ progress in 3.
Startupbootcamp FinTech is part of the Startupbootcamp family of 18 (and growing) accelerators spanning many different verticals and locations around the world.
Why should a FinTech startup apply to a Startupbootcamp FinTech programme?
- €15k cash for relocation expenses to our offices in London
- Extensive mentoring, with access to over 500 financial experts, corporateexecutives, entrepreneurs, investors and more
- A proven acceleration programme and methodology by experiencedFinTech entrepreneurs
- Access to €550k worth of partner services from the likes of Amazon Web Services, PayPal and Salesforce
- The opportunity to work with and test your product with our financial partners, including Mastercard, Lloyds Banking Group and PwC
What’s a Startupbootcamp FinTech FastTrack event?
Our FastTrack days are an informal event that gives seed or pre-seed startups the opportunity to present their venture in from of a selected group of mentors.For our Dublin FastTrack, mentors include Steve Flinter from Mastercard, Steve Moran from Bank of Ireland and Peter Oakes from FinTech Ireland.
Startups will be invited to either the morning or afternoon session, and after a 5minute presentation on their business will then go for a series of 15 minute mentoring sessions with our experts that will provide valuable feedback to each venture.
It also gives startups the chance to meet Startupbootcamp, learn more about the accelerator and have the chance to get ‘FastTracked’ through to our final 50 applicants for the accelerator. There’s no obligation to join the accelerator, so if you just want to use it to get great feedback and do a bit of networking, fine by us!
What’s Startupbootcamp FinTech’s success rate?
In short, we are very successful in accelerating businesses. For our 2014 FinTech programme, all 10 startups completed a funding round after the accelerator, with an average of just under €700k. After our 2015 programme, two of our cohort were listed on the global FinTech 50 list of the hottest FinTech companies in the world.
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