The Australian Trade and Investment Commission has partnered with F10 Global to co-deliver an Asia Fintech Bootcamp which aims to connect Australian Fintechs with Asian markets through a three-week market validation program.
F10 Singapore will run the comprehensive three-week Fintech Bootcamp to help eight promising Australian Fintechs gain deeper insights about Asian markets and consumers, with a focus on Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam,Philippines, Indonesia, India and South Korea.
The eight participating companies selected to join the program represent a range of sectors from Regtech to Fintech and Wealthtech. This co-delivery partnership will help these participants to build up global competitiveness by providing them with access to regional insights and expertise.
This co-delivery program leverages F10 Singapore’s regional market expertise and core strength in the Fintech landscape.
The program participants will gain a deeper understanding of various Asian markets and its consumers through a series of masterclasses, mentors, and networking opportunities.
Stephen Skulley, the AustralianTrade and Investment Commission’s Senior Trade and Investment Commissioner, said Australia has one of the fastest growing fintech sectors in the world and is built on Australia’s A$10 trillion financial services industry.
“This co-delivery partnership between Australian Trade and Investment Commission and F10 is a perfect match to launch Australian Fintechs into the Asia market,” said MrSkulley.
“We are delighted to leverage F10’s extensive corporate innovation knowledge and financial institution networks together with Austrade’s knowledge on navigating overseas markets and connecting Australian businesses to the world.”
Jonas Thuerig, Head F10 Asia, shared that “We are excited to further strengthen our engagement with theAustralian Fintech scene! In recent years, Australia made headlines with several newly minted unicorns. We hope to play our part in fostering and accelerating the next generation of those successful founders.”