Second FinTech Accelerator SuperCharger program in Malaysia

SuperCharger Malaysia is now inviting applications from international FinTech companies to participate in Super Charger Kuala Lumpur 2018. The no equity, 12 week program aims to help promising FinTech startups to establish and scale their business in Malaysia and beyond.

Followings its success of the first accelerator program in 2017, SuperCharger is embarking on a 2 month international roadshow to reach an international audience of FinTech founders. The roadshow will span 8 countries beginning in Sydney and travel through Jakarta, Singapore, Shanghai, Paris, London and Hong Kong before ending in Kuala Lumpur from the beginning of May until the end of June.

Last year’s Supercharger program participants have gone on to achieve considerable success. They have raised more than US$15 million in funding, acquired 29 Proof of Concept agreements and won numerous national and regional awards.

A collaboration between Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) and Allianz Malaysia, the SuperChager accelerator program provides participating FinTech companies with market entry resources, experienced mentorship and unrivaled strategies access to industry experts, venture capitalists and key stakeholders.

Applicants across all verticals of FinTech ad TechFin are welcome to apply on a no equity basis until 29 June 2018 via the official application page. The program will commence in Kuala Lumpur on 27 August 2018 and conclude with Demo Day on 15 November 2018.

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