They will be engaged in a shared network and mentorship programmes.
Startups in Singapore and Hong Kong will be connected through the partnership of Lattice80 and SuperCharger. The deal will let fintech startups to engage in a shared network for expansion and innovation as well as mentorship programmes in both countries, an announcement revealed.
Lattice80 is a network of fintech and blockchain startups based in London whilst SuperCharger is a fintech accelerator in Hong Kong and Kulala Lumpur servicing early-stage and growth-stage startups.
Investors from both countries will be welcome to access and inject funding to support the fintech deal.
“As companies start to scale in Asia, having a strong network for closing business deals becomes critical,” SuperCharger founder Janos Barberis said.
Graduates from SuperCharger will receive support from Lattice80’s KAYA network which digitally connects more than 11,000 startups and 200,000 professionals in fintech and blockchain.
“The bridge we form between Singapore and Hong Kong will offer startups a wider reach to opportunities and talent from each other’s markets; mutually benefiting both nations in terms of innovation,” Lattice80 Hong Kong head Charlotte Miu commented.
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