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FINOPITCH 2023 is open for registration

FINOPITCH was launched in 2021 to showcase startup innovations and business models and to expand opportunities for domestic and international to markets. It took over the legacy of “FIBC” that made the history of financial innovation in Japan since 2012 and enhanced with the experience of the organizers in managing FINOLAB, one of the leading FinTech hubs in Japan.

The pitch contest will be held on March 10, 2023, with startup presentations and demonstrations of up to 7 minutes in English, including video broadcasts. The application deadline is January 10, 2023, using the online application form, with the finalists being announced on February 1, 2023.

More than 170 domestic and international startups have participated since the inception of the event, including companies such as AI inside, ConsenSys, Finatext holdings, FOLIO, freee, Hottlink, Kyash, Loadstar Capital, Money Forward, Moneytree, Paidy, Revolut and Zuu. The events FINOPITCH 2021 and FINOPITCH 2022 can be viewed online.

FinTech startups that meet the following requirements are invited to apply:

Candidates will be judged based on their impact on the financial services industry, the level of innovation in their business model, their potential for business growth and global market expansion.

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Norbert Gehrke

Passionate about strategy & innovation across Asia. At home in Japan. Connector of people & ideas.