10 Dutch FinTechs selected for accelerator Techleap.nl
By Gloria Methri
Ten Dutch FinTech start-ups and scaleups have been selected for Batch 9 of the Rise programme of Techleap.nl, a non-profit organisation aimed at accelerating the tech ecosystem in the Netherlands.
The 10 companies selected are all Dutch companies active in the field of FinTech – from investment funds and brokers to providers of payment solutions and employee benefits.
As part of the programme, Techleap.nl ensures that the companies have a learning and network infrastructure at their disposal, from experts and entrepreneurs to help them grow internationally.
The 10 Dutch FinTech startups include:
Surepay provides Confirmation of Payee services to over 40 banks in the Netherlands and abroad. It has been providing IBAN-Name Check to major Dutch banks since 2017.
A financial data integrator, Omniboost offers a range of services tailored to the hospitality industry. Whether on-premise or in the cloud, Omniboost enables the automatic synchronisation of financial data and makes all numbers readily available in an accounting system.
Payaut is a payment solution for online platforms and marketplaces. It is backed by C-suite execs of Adyen and Mollie and Europe’s VC funds LocalGlobe, Entrée, and Finch Capital.
in3 is an innovative payment solution that allows consumers to pay in three installments without interest or BKR registration. The first installment is paid directly at the check-out via iDEAL, and the second and third installments follow within 30 and 60 days.
Bits of Stock combines loyalty programs with investing by offering stock or equity awards for purchases. It allows businesses and organizations to offer their customers rewards in fractional shares of stock, crypto, and beyond.
Peaks is an online broker offering ETFs. It promises to ensure transparency and protection of customers.
Carbon Equity is an equity investment platform for pioneering climate tech companies.
Klippa provides automated document processing solutions such as mobile scanning, data entry, and extraction, and spend management solutions.
It provides employee benefit services, allowing SMEs and scale-ups to offer employees the same benefits as large corporations do.
Closure is a one-stop-shop solution to help family members end contracts or subscriptions after the death of a loved one.
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