FinTech Scotland teams up with Techscaler to boost startup success

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  • Techscaler partners with FinTech Scotland to support startups in Scotland’s fintech sector.
  • Startups associated with FinTech Scotland will gain access to networking and mentorship programs through the partnership.

Techscaler, a startup support program from the Scottish government, has joined forces with FinTech Scotland to boost the country’s financial technology sector. Scotland’s fintech industry has been rapidly growing, employing over 10,500 people. The collaboration aims to provide startups with access to networking and mentorship programs to further foster innovation and growth in the fintech community.

FinTech Scotland’s CEO, Nicola Anderson, expressed excitement about the partnership, emphasizing their dedication to supporting Scotland’s tech scaling efforts. The alliance will also see Techscaler backing the Financial Regulation Innovation Lab to promote the safe adoption of new technologies in finance. Yasmin Sulaiman from CodeBase, the organization running Techscaler, highlighted the importance of connecting different parts of the tech ecosystem to offer stronger support to founders.

Notable Scottish fintech companies like Interactive Investor and Float are part of this thriving ecosystem. Techscaler’s recent launch of a hub in San Francisco aims to strengthen ties between Scottish startups and Silicon Valley. The partnership between Techscaler and FinTech Scotland signifies a step towards nurturing innovation and showcasing the vibrant fintech community in Scotland.

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