Holt FinTech Accelerator has collaborated with a selection of ‘high-quality partners’ to provide support to its accelerator cohort.
The Montreal-based Holt Fintech Accelerator Program, created by the Holdun Family Office, is searching globally for 10 FinTech startups for its initial program, with an application deadline of July 29th. The firm has a target of reaching 400 FinTech applications to the accelerator, with the best ones being selected.
Holt will offer participants hands-on help through committed partners, trainings, mentors, immersion in the FinTech environment, board meetings and financial investments.
Some of the partnerships include BCF Ventures Super Angel Fund, Finance Montreal, Good News Ventures, Information Venture Partners, Panache Ventures, Super Charger, Sway Ventures, and Undiscovered Ventures.
Holt FinTech Accelerator founder and managing partner Brendan Holt Dunn said, “We are proud to announce these partnerships which promise to be very successful. Thanks to our combined know-how in the field of FinTech, more and more startups will benefit from our services and expertise to ensure their development. These partnerships will make our program the ideal infrastructure to integrate FinTech and exponential technology industries.”
Earlier in the year, it was announced Florida-based venture capital firm Rokk3r Fuel ExO formed a partnership with Holt. The deal gave Rokk3r access to deal flow, with the accelerator serving as a pipeline for FinTechs.
Its other partners include: BDG, Budgeto, FormFintech, Fundica, Holdun, Luge Capital, Montreal International, Osler, Silicon Valley Bank, Stradigi AI, Valtech.
Earlier in the week, Plug and Play’s latest accelerator program Fintech Europe announced the initial nine startups for the program. Its accelerator will run for 12-weeks and will see two separate cohorts launched each year.
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