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FinTech Innovation Lab open for applications

By, Wednesday, 12th October 2016 | 0 comments
Filed under: Entrepreneur, 2016.

Are you a FinTech start-up ready to disrupt the Financial Services sector?

If so, then the FinTech Innovation Lab is the accelerator for you. Applications will close on 31st October.

What is it?

The FinTech Innovation Lab Dublin is a 3-month accelerator that provides direct access to senior executives in Ireland’s leading financial services and technology companies, giving you the chance to work on the inside. If shortlisted, you’ll get the opportunity to test, develop and validate your product in a safe environment, build an unrivalled contact list within the industry, and get close to potential customers.
The programme is open for applications until the 31st October 2016. A Dragons-Den type event will choose the 6 final companies. The “Dragons” at this event will be senior leaders from the participating financial services companies.

For further details & to apply visit the FinTechInnovation Dublin website

The Fintech Innovation Lab (Dublin) is run by Accenture in partnership with Enterprise Ireland.

"The FinTech Innovation Lab is a fantastic opportunity for technology entrepreneurs in the financial services industry to gain invaluable experience under the guidance of some of Ireland’s most experienced executives. This programme can make a big difference to the commercial success of new technologies by bringing innovators together with their potential customers, and could help to revolutionise the financial services industry, both here in Ireland and abroad."
Kevin Sherry, Divisional Manager, International Sales and Partnering, Enterprise Ireland


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