Xtracap Fintech raises $1 million in angel funding round

By ETtech

Xtracap Fintech India has raised $1 million (Rs 7.56 crore) in an angel round of funding, the Gurugram-based startup announced on Wednesday.

Angel investors infuse $1 million in fintech firm Xtracap

By Shashank Didmishe

Gurugram-based Xtracap Fintech India, which owns and operates an invoice financing platform Bridge2Capital, has raised $1 million in an angel round from undisclosed investors.

[Funding alert] Xtracap Fintech raises $1 million in angel funding

By Team YS

Xtracap Fintech, the Gurugram-based startup, has raised $1 million in angel round of funding. The startup had launched its mobile app – Bridge2Capital in October 2018 for small shopkeepers to receive limited loan amount to pay their GST supplier bills.

India FinTech Forum unveils 18 high potential fintech startups for IFTA 2019

By FPJ Bureau

India FinTech Forum, a not for profit fintech advocacy group representing Indian fintech companies, have announced 18 fintech startups who will be giving live demos to a high profile jury next month to compete for the Fintech Startup of the Year award at India FinTech Awards (IFTA) 2019 taking place on 29th Nov 2019 in Mumbai.

IFTA selects 18 FinTech startups; winner to participate in Paris FinTech Forum 2020

By ET BFSI Team

India FinTech Forum has announced 18 FinTech startups who will be giving live demos to a high profile jury next month to compete for the FinTech Startup of the Year award at India FinTech Awards (IFTA) 2019, to be hosted in Mumbai on 29th Nov at the Lalit hotel.

How fintech startups are helping businesses, investors and the underserved

By Team Mint

Here are four fintech startups selected by Mint that gave presentations at the Mint Fintech Summit 2019 in Bengaluru.

These 11 fintechs are working to make financial inclusion accessible and affordable for Bharat

By Sindhu MV

The accelerator programme by Bharat Inclusion selected these 11 fintech startups for developing innovative solutions to democratise access to improve Bharat's financial health.

Meet The 11 Fintech Startups From Financial Inclusion Lab

By Shreya Ganguly (Inc42 Staff)

The $9.5 Mn-worth initiative will support the selected startups for 12 months with capital, strategic guidance, and market access to help them build and test their products.

Eleven fintech startups selected for Financial Inclusion Lab program

By Gayatri Nayak, ET Bureau

The Financial Inclusion Lab, an initiative of IIM-Ahmedabad supported by JPMorgan and some philanthropic investors, has selected eleven fintech innovators for mentoring and upscaling their actvities and help deepen financial penetration in the country.

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