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Fintech Innovation Lab Asia Pacific Returns in 2021, Aims to Help Early-Stage, High-Potential Startups

The Fintech Innovation Lab Asia Pacific program has now returned for its eighth edition this year with additional opportunities for early-stage and high-potential startups.

Cyberport, a founding partner, will be giving finalists from the 2021 cohort the chance to take part in the 2-year (or 24-month) Cyberport Incubation Program (CIP) and will also provide access to Cyberport’s Marco Fund.

In statements shared with Fintech News HK, Fergus Gordon, MD and banking industry lead for growth markets at Accenture, noted:

“Accenture and Cyberport have a common goal of driving digital adoption in the Asia Pacific (APAC) financial services ecosystem. Digital innovation within financial services skyrocketed during the COVID-19 pandemic as banks look to ways to increase efficiency and engage customers amidst an increasingly digital landscape. Asia remains a hotbed for innovation among both established players and startups, and consequently interest is surging among investors.”

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