A marquee accelerator programme for early-stage businesses in the banking, financial services, and insurance (BFSI) industry has been established by the fintech consultancy firm The Digital Fifth (TDF).
The entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to pitch to possible investors at an upcoming conference, and they will receive mentorship from TDF specialists, as reported by The Economic Times.
“With the accelerator programme, our aim is to nurture upcoming startups with our knowledge of the BFSI sector and help them with their lift-off. The programme is designed to ensure boundless networking opportunities in a transparent manner,” said Sameer Singh Jaini, founder and chief executive officer of The Digital Fifth.
From the bottom up, The Digital Fifth has established and aligned the digital offerings of prominent BFSI corporations, banks, government bodies, and up-and-coming startups. They have now expanded widely throughout the fintech sector in Southeast Asia and the Middle East.
According to TDF, they will likely be able to attract investors’ attention and obtain money for their activities. At the Bharat Fintech Summit in February, the first group of firms to be trained under the accelerator initiative will be revealed.
About The Digital Fifth
The Digital Fifth is a Fintech consulting and advising organisation in India, serving the mutual fund, insurance, banks, NBFC, and fintech wealth management sectors.
They support Fintech companies and Financial Institutions in identifying and putting into practice the best clientele, alliances, and product roadmaps. Their products and services are tailored to the extremely dynamic digital landscape of developing nations like as Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and India.