Startupbootcamp FinTech Seeks International Startups Focused on Latin America

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As part of a global search, 12 FastTrack events will be hosted in Spanish-speaking cities including Madrid and Miami.

The leading global FinTech accelerator focused on innovation for the financial services industry,  Startupbootcamp, is looking for new fintech startups to take Latin America by storm.

In a blog post the company stated:

In the past couple of years, Latin America has experienced remarkable growth within FinTech, facilitating major improvements to the financial market across the region. Recent research from Finnovista, the leading champion of FinTech innovation in Latin America, there are more than 1000 FinTech startups, and the industry has become the largest Venture Capital segment in the region. Latin America is ripe for FinTech innovation.

Startupbootcamp started in 2010 and now operate globally with 20+ industry-focused programs in key locations including San Francisco, Amsterdam, Cape Town, Chengdu, Berlin, Dubai, Hartford, Istanbul, Rome, London, Melbourne, Miami, Mumbai, Mexico City, New York, and Singapore.

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Source: Startupbootcamp.org

Supporting early-stage tech-founders to rapidly scale their companies, they provide direct access to an international network of the most relevant mentors, partners, and investors in their industry.

Eduardo Morelos, Program Director of Startupbootcamp FinTech Mexico City commented:

Last year we met more than 100 startups in the region eligible for our first generation. Today we reaffirm our commitment to boosting the industry through collaboration between techpreneurs and financial agents. We would love to connect with the best FinTech talent in the world, and in this way, continue to build the bridges of innovation that the sector needs.

Find out more here.

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