FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich., Aug. 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Kyyba Innovations today announced that they have partnered with Fintech Valley Vizag, a sustainable global Fintech ecosystem to organize the $1M Startup Challenge as part of “VIZAG FINTECH FESTIVAL”. $1M Challenge started on 20th July 2018 and will conclude with presentations by Finalists on 25th Oct 2018.
BizofiT and Kyyba Innovations are hosting the North America Roadshow that will feature startup pitch competitions from a total of 90 U.S. based Startups and will include corporate partners, VCs, and investors as judges and speakers. We are inviting applications from startups in the following Tracks – Fintech, AgriTech and EmergeTech. Roadshows will be conducted in 3 locations which includes San Jose, Chicago and New York. Startups can pitch and showcase their products in front of panel of corporate partners and investors. Selected startups will be invited to present at the Roadshows. $1M Start-up Challenge winners will be announced at the Awards ceremony which will be held on 25th Oct, 2018 during Vizag Fintech Festival.
“The $1M Startup Challenge underscores Kyyba Innovations commitment to advance innovation in the Fintech, EmergeTech and AgriTech sectors to various U.S. cities such as New York, Chicago, San Jose. With the successful launch of Detroit Fintech Challenge and with footprint already set in the motor city, now we are very excited to take part in the next logical step of creating a global impact through this challenge,” said Tel K. Ganesan, Managing Director of Kyyba Innovations
The Vizag Fintech Festival is a competition that offers a unique opportunity for startups to showcase their innovative solutions and win $1M as prize money. This global event will have 100+ Speakers, 300+ Startups and 3000+ Attendees. Learn more by visiting the website: www.vizagfintechfestival.com
Last Date of Application for the North American Roadshows is August 30th. All the rules, criteria, timeline, and application be found on this page: $1M Fintech Challenge
Questions can be directed to Sarah Myrand: [email protected]