Visa Bootcamp Alphabet-owned Nest is looking for fintech startups with financial literacy solutions

Up to seven startups and three developer teams will be selected for the bootcamp which will help the startups accelerate their businesses.

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Alphabet-owned Nest, the home automation company, is looking for fintech startups with ideas and solutions around financial inclusion and literacy in Africa.

The company is partnering with Visa to organise a 4-day intensive boot camp which will take place in Metta, Nairobi.

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Up to seven startups and three developer teams will be selected for the bootcamp which will help the startups accelerate their businesses.

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So if you run a fintech business and you hope to drive adoption of your innovation, run proof of concepts, develop partnerships to scale, and raise funding, then you should apply ASAP.

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Some of the mentors that will be part of the bootcamp include Francis Mugane, Director, Merchant Sales & Solutions at Visa; Geraldine Mitchley, Senior Director, Strategic Partnerships at Visa; and Alexander Steel, Head of Digital and Push Payments at Visa, amongst others.

Interested founders can apply here