F10 opens applications for P2 Batch IV

21.03.2018 11:45
F10 startups

F10, a Fintech, Regtech and Insurtech incubator and accelerator, is now accepting applications for Batch IV of its P2 (Prototype to Product) Program. Innovative tech startups are invited to submit their applications.

While Batch III embarks on their six-month journey of accelerating growth on P2, fostering collaboration with some of the largest companies in the Swiss finance industry and receiving training from F10’s expert team of coaches and mentors, a new cohort will be recruited. Batch IV startups, solving problems in the financial, banking, and insurance industries, will undergo the same training and support process as their predecessors from December 3rd, 2018 through May 16th, 2019.

 “Technology is moving at a rapid pace, and we are constantly on the lookout for the next big idea that has the potential to revolutionize the finance industry. Our position enables us not just to help the startups to grow – but also to connect them with industry leaders, giving them everything they need to take their vision from a prototype through to a product with a first paying customer,” said Thomas Landis, startup coach and head of F10.

“We believe that our P2 Program offers startups in the FinTech, RegTech, and InsurTech space the best six-month program in the world – and an application with F10 is just the start of a rigorous process in which we seek out the best of the best – our goal is to find the leaders of tomorrow. We urge all startups with a great vision to apply”, adds Landis.

Startups who are accepted into the P2 Program will have their own office space in Zürich at the F10 headquarters, and will work alongside members from leading Swiss brands, including SIX (the Swiss stock exchange), ERI Bancaire, Julius Bär, PwC Switzerland, Baloise Group, eny Finance, Generali, ZKB, and Raiffeisen.

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