Oslo, Norway – Hot on the heels of the recent announcement concerning the launch of Stockholm Fintech Hub’s foray into building an international network, Nordic Fintech Hub, comes the arrival of Oslo Fintech Hub.
Norway’s capital is the third in the Nordics – after Stockholm and Helsinki – to formally make up the growing ranks of Nordic Fintech Hub. The aim is to create a pan-Nordic alliance of emerging startups, established financial service providers, banks and other players, such as law firms and consultants. The aim of the partnerships in the respective countries is to offer local fintech ecosystems an international network for collaboration, learning, networking and investment.
- Stockholm Fintech Hub is a dedicated physical space for communication, collaboration, and cooperation that is tailored to the specific needs of fintech companies. The team supports each stage of a startup from idea validation through to helping funded companies expand internationally – through networking, infrastructure and education. stockholmfin.tech
- Oslo’s TheFactory is a fintech startup accelerator focusing on the fields of banking, finance, insurance and legal. The team at TheFactory works to accelerate new companies from idea to market, investing up to NOK 350.000 per company, providing direct access to a wide network of banks, insurance companies, legal and tech partners. thefactory.no
Members of Nordic Fintech Hubs such as in Stockholm or Helsinki can choose between a resident membership – in which the company will move in their operations to the hubs’ offices – or a free-of-charge digital memberships. Among the benefits of resident memberships is the ability to alongside with other startups and having day-to-day facetime with representatives from venture capital firms, government delegations, and banks.
For more information, please contact:
Stockholm Fintech Hub
Matthew Argent, CEO
+46 (0)73 533 92 72