“Working with this year’s finalists to harness their ideas, and craft and refine their pitches has been a truly refreshing experience,” said Jan Reinmueller, Partner, Head of Digital Village, KPMG in Singapore. “
After screening over 200 applicants, the final selection of 24 startups has been accepted into Fintech and Insurtech Singapore, which aims to facilitate pilots, POCs, and business development opportunities between the financial and insurance institutions and startups participating.
MetLife has announced Singapore-based Lucep as the winner of its collab 3.0 EMEA programme, which offered InsurTech innovators the chance to win a $100,000 contract to pilot their solutions with the US life giant.
Startup Autobahn Singapore unveiled the eight startups who will become the accelerator’s second cohort. The startups will work to develop solutions products that can be integrated into the Mercedes-Benz group.
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