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Thai Startup SETScope has been selected as one of the top 10 cohort of Startupbootcamp FinTech Singapore

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Startupbootcamp FinTech, the leading accelerator focused on financial innovation, has announced the 10 international startups selected to join its  Singapore program. The finalists, which include teams from across Asia-Pacific have been chosen by a panel of industry experts, including representatives from Startupbootcamp FinTech’s partners.

SETScope is a platform that evaluates stock using multiple metrics like a human expert. Founder & CEO Tanin Sammanee first attended Startupbootcamp’s Bangkok FastTrack in 2015 where he gained mentorship from local finance and startup executives. After follow up interviews with Startupbootcamp, SETScope was shortlisted as one of the top 20 startup in the region and was invited to attend the Selection Days in Singapore.

After 4 days of workshops, pitch training, partner & mentor one-on-ones, the top 10 startups were selected. They will join the ever-expanding list of successful startups that have been through the Startupbootcamp programs globally.

Details about each of the 10 selected teams can be found in this news

From the 18 April, the successful startups will benefit from extensive mentorship from 400+ entrepreneurs, investors and corporate partners, helping to guide each company through the…

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