Watch our finalists present their solutions to the 2019 Global Business Challenge of FinTech.

The finalists have been tasked with developing solutions to improve trust and customer value in the delivery of financial sector services. 

All are welcome to watch the final pitch event for free at Customs House on Thursday 3 October from 8.00am-3.00pm. 

Teams are competing for over $125,000 AUD worth of prizes. Finalists for 2019 include:

  • Earth, Inc. – The University of Queensland (Australia)
    Earth Inc. aims at enhancing the trust and value in pension and superannuation funds. The company aims to empower individual investors with data to make informed decisions regarding their environmental values.
  • Finevestment – Otto von Geuricke University Magdeburg (Germany)
    Finevestment is a platform that enables the poorer segments to multiply the impact of their idle fund and savings and provides them with higher returns through access to micro-stock investment. 
  • The Incredibles – Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode (India)
    The Incredibles promise to deliver trust and value to customers through the application of blockchain, mobility and data for insurance and financial literacy.
  • Mujeres Wow – IDE Business School and Universidad Casa Grande (Ecuador)
    Mujeres Wow is a fintech startup for alternative credit scoring, targeting female entrepreneurs.
  • MyWealthTree – Laurier University (Canada)
    MyWealthTree allows users to take control of their financial wellbeing by focusing on knowledge, behaviours, and attitudes. Customised modules build the user’s financial knowledge.
  • Quokka Cola – Peking University (China)
    Quokka Cola connects investors to small-scale infrastructure projects through P2B lending, equity crowdfunding, and blockchain technology. 
  • Safe-TM – University of Arizona (United States of America)
    Safe-TM is an application that makes ATM withdrawals safer, by eliminating the vulnerabilities associated with card withdrawals. 

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