The Asset and Resource Management (ARM) and Ventures Platform have agreed to invest $20,000 in financial technology– focused startups to boost the nation’s financial sector.
The companies disclosed in a statement released by the project managers.
According to the statement, the initiative “Labs by ARM 2.0” is a FinTech-Focused Accelerator Program designed to support the best early-stage companies with a significant solution addressing major problems peculiar to the financial industry.
ARM will help the selected startups gain market stamina by facilitating how these products can acquire more users.
Aside training and exposure to other networking opportunities, promising startups will also receive $20, 000 grants from the firms.
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