6 Best Swiss Fintech Startups 2016 in Top 100 Startup Listby Fintechnews Switzerland September 23, 2016
Startup.ch puts together a list of Top 100 Best Swiss Startups 2016. Several notable names in the Fintech industry made it into the list. Knip and Bexio even into the Top 3 and 10.
#3 – Knip AG
Knip is a digital insurance navigator that simplifies its users’ life. They can see all their insurance policies at a glance. The application eliminates the insurance hassle for individuals, i.e. by handling all insurances in one application or by providing a detailed description of insurance policies, one-by-one.
#7 – bexio AG
bexio develops and sells an accounting software for small and medium companies. In June 2014, the Rapperswil based startup seduced UBS as a strategic partner. For the clients of bexio this means that their accounting data can be automatically streamlined with the bank’s account information and transactions.
#25 – Advanon GmbH
Advanon is an Online Platform for invoice financing for Small- and Medium Businesses. By selling invoices on our platform, companies can easily manage their cash flows in a quick and flexible way allowing them to focus on their core business.
#47 – Contovista AG
Contovista is a powerful search and automatic categorization. The timeline helps you crunch the numbers fast. Comment and tag transactions. Add documents and pictures to your transactions. See future expenses and incomes based on your spending behavior.
#70 – I believe in you AG
I believe in you is the first crowdfunding platform for Swiss sports and the most successful of its kind in the world. It was founded by two Olympic athletes, Mike Kurt (canoe) and Fabian Kauter (fencing), together with web specialist Philipp Furrer (Sport-Lounge report).
#80 – CashSentinel SA
CashSentinel addresses an unmet niche in the online payment services landscape. It provides a secured way to make on-the-go payments between private individuals as well as with selected professionals.
See the full list of 100 startups here
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