F10 Spain Selects 10 Startups for the Second Batch of Its Incubation Programme

F10 Spain Selects 10 Startups for the Second Batch of Its Incubation Programme

by October 29, 2021

Fintech incubator and accelerator F10 has announced the list of ten promising startups joining the second cohort of its incubation programme in Barcelona.

Selected from more than 180 national and international applications, this batch brings innovative business models and trends with more female founders from three different continents – LATAM, Europe and Africa.

The goal of this 5-month programme is to support early-stage startups in the process of transforming their prototype into a scalable product, while they gain traction.


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The programme kicks off this November and will conclude in March 2022.

During five months, the startups will have the opportunity to receive individual coaching and valuable insights on go-to-market, product development, fundraising, marketing, and sales.

They will also engage with the most relevant mentors and gain access to F10’s investor network and corporate partners.

The cohort includes 10 innovative pre-seed startups from 7 different countries, 4 from Spain, and cover a diverse range of highly relevant topics, including insurance, wealth management, payments, gig economy, investment and neobanks.

Startups selected for the F10 Incubation Programme Batch II in Spain

AIRA – Spain

AIRAAIRA System is a tool for inspection, review and risk analysis, customer updating and cross-selling.

‍Denq – Brazil

denqDenq is a LATAM blockchain based digital bank, that offers robo advisory investments, and a proprietary credit score, that aims to create a bridge between the region and EU.

‍Findoit – Spain

FindoitFINDOIT helps companies retain talent by helping employees improve their financial health and plan their personal goals.

Joos – Germany

JOOS®JOOS® is a fast, easy and innovative way to bring content creators and their fans together.

Moya – South Africa

MoyaMoya is a money management platform for the self-employed in South Africa, this includes freelancers, sole traders and gig workers.

PayParc – Spain

PayParcPayParc is an automation tool for AP and AR management of travel companies, capable of instant and split payments purely based on the booking confirmation and with zero manual intervention.

Principia – Austria

PrincipiaPrincipia – invests cash reserves of middle-sized businesses, aiming to eliminate all opportunity costs of unused capital.

Pro1.trading – Spain

Pro1.tradingPro1.trading optimizes your stock market strategies thanks to the power of Artificial Intelligence applied to financial markets.‍

‍Sylon – Mexico

Sylon CapitalSylon is a micro-investing mobile app that rounds up transactions and automatically invests the “spare change” into a portfolio that makes sense for the customer.

Tranzfer.me – Peru

Tranzfer.meTranzfer.me is a digital platform that manages money transfers abroad, connecting people from different parts of the world.

Andrea Sanchez, Country Head of F10 Spain

Andrea Sanchez

Andrea Sanchez, Country Head of F10 Spain said,

“We are excited to welcome the 10 selected startups to the F10 family! This programme is characterised by its geographic diversity of the fintech and insurtech startups participating, allowing it to become a great opportunity to connect international and national talent in Barcelona – one of the most entrepreneurial ecosystems in Europe.”

 

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