FinTech Australia wants to hear from startups to add to its interactive ecosystem map

- May 25, 2023 < 1 MIN READ
Rehan D'Almedia
FinTech Australia MD Rehan D'Almedia
FinTech Australia has updated and relaunched one of its key resources for the fintech industry: the interactive ecosystem map it first released in February last year.

The sector’s peak body is also calling for local fintechs to check and update their business details on the map to ensure that they fully capitalise off the resource.

As part of the update, non-member fintechs can now add their details to the map at no cost.

The map is a important resource to help those outside the fintech industry to navigate and learn about its key players. The new map also has two views – Directory view and Pie chart view along with additional filters.

“This is the resource that we point overseas companies, corporates, investors, potential customers and other interested parties to when they ask us for more information about the ecosystem,” FinTech Australia general manager Rehan D’Almeida said.

“Whether you are a member of FinTech Australia or not, we want to ensure that all fintechs in the country can effectively claim their space within the industry and have the best chance at surfacing themselves to new opportunities. This could be partnerships with other fintechs or alternatively, other companies abroad.

“It takes less than 10 minutes to update your company information. Not only will it help the ecosystem, but it will help us surface your business to more interested parties both here in Australia and abroad.”

FinTech Australia has also produced regulatory and investor maps to help people better understand the local fintech sector.

The map is available via FinTech Australia site at ecosystem.fintechaustralia.org.au

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