incuto has been selected by technology network Tech Nation as one of 23 growing businesses to join its second Fintech programme.
The Tech Nation Fintech programme, which starts on 24 October 2019, is aimed at ambitious and innovative businesses. It lasts for six months and includes a 24-hour induction, a series of in-depth learning sessions, networking events with key stakeholders and a three-day international showcase trip. Participants are supported within the programme and cover a number of topics including sales, partnerships with incumbents, expanding internationally and how to scale.
Andrew Rabbitt, CEO, incuto comments: “We are delighted to be included within this latest Tech Nation cohort. It’s an honour to be selected from over 100 applicants and testimony to the impact our technology is already having for credit unions and community-based banks across the UK.
“Being Yorkshire-based, it is especially pleasing to see such a high contingent of participants from outside London,” Andrew continues. “We’re looking forward to starting the programme in October and utilising the tools and expertise it has to offer as we continue to roll-out our solution. Our technology is designed to completely transform the experience of credit union members and eradicate the poverty premium by enabling access to fairer, lower-cost financial services.”
The programme will be delivered as part of HM Treasury’s Fintech Sector Strategy to maintain the UK’s place as a world leader in the sector. The final 23 participants were selected by an esteemed panel of judges including Eileen Burbidge, Partner at Passion Capital & Chair of Tech Nation; Anne Boden, CEO of Starling Bank; and Richard Theo, CEO of Wealthify and Fintech Envoy for Wales.
As a participating company on the Tech Nation Fintech programme, incuto will also have access to support from partners including CBRE, RSM and Talent Works International.