Every year, Innotribe brings all finalists selected during the regional showcases of its Startup Challenge programme to Sibos, an annual conference, exhibition and networking event organised by SWIFT for the financial industry. Over the years, Sibos has become the world’s premier financial services event, and is definitely an event not to be missed!
This year, the 12 early-stage finalists (see the list here) selected in London, Cape Town, Singapore and New York will participate to the Finale taking place on Wednesday 14 October in Singapore. They will be pitching their business ideas to an audience of dozens of decision-makers from the world’s largest financial institutions and banks, entrepreneurs, investors, and also journalists.
The format will be different for the 8 growth-stage finalists. They will not be pitching on stage, but host exhibition booths on the Innotribe Stand, giving live demos of their products to the Sibos delegates along the week. Remember a growth-stage company is more than 3 years old, or has more than $1million in combined revenue and investment in the previous 12 months.
Here is the list of the growth-stage finalists exhibiting in Singapore. They will be joined by some Innotribe alumni who participated to previous Startup Challenges.
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, Elliptic uses the blockchain technology to securely and transparently transfer and manage a range of financial assets. Visit their website and check out their pitch in London
, xWare42 makes transaction contents more intuitive for everyone by giving to customers a more documented picture of their purchases. Visit their website and check out their pitch in London
, 2Quins enterprise SaaS financial information tool – Green Model – slashes the time and expense of meeting banks’ operational and regulatory reporting requirements. Visit their website and check out their pitch in Cape Town
, PICSA provides debt reduction – savings and low-cost credit products to help low-income Africans become more financially secure. Visit their website and check out their pitch in Cape Town
, Codapay is an online payment gateway that allows merchants to accept payments from the 97% of adults in Southeast Asia that do not have a credit card by giving customers a range of alternative payment options. Visit their website and check out their pitch in Singapore
, goSwiff offers mobile payments for banks and mobile operators to help merchants in emerging markets get paid by accepting card payments – and to increase the quality and quantity of transactions. Visit their website and check out their pitch in Singapore
,Payfirma helps small businesses simplify payment acceptance – increase sales and have better visibility with real time data. Visit their website and check out their pitch in New York
,Pendo Systems finds and links together desperate legacy systems creating a single and searchable view to help Legal – Risk – Compliance and Executives exhilarate the Customer Experience and solve data quality inconsistencies with Extropik. Visit their website and check out their pitch in New York
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, AMP Credit Technologies enables banks and non-bank financial institutions to profitably originate and service unsecured loans to under-served small businesses. Visit their website
, essDOCS enables Banks and Corporates to extend their use of paperless trade and combine electronic Bills of Lading & supporting documents with eTrade Finance instruments including eUCP Letters of Credit – eDocumentary Collections – and Bank Payment Obligations (BPO). Visit their website
, MatchMove helps online businesses globally engage – analyse and monetise their users through their own fully-branded mobile payment platform. Visit their website