Cohort Announced for The Third Season of FinTech Wales’ Foundry Accelerator Programme.  

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The FinTech Wales Foundry, the flagship accelerator programme by FinTech Wales, has today announced the seven FinTech startups accepted into its Third Accelerator.

L to R: Avinash Mehrotra – GoodDriver, Alex Egan & Andrew Minton – Nuable, Savannah Price – Intend, Sarah Wrixon & LouiseMarch – fyio, Tom James – Cargo, Mark Watts –, James Fell – Credit Canary.

After a rigorous interview process, the Foundry and its sponsors Cardiff Capital Region,, and Principality Building Society, extended offers to seven startups from across the UK, who began the programme on the 21st September 2022.

The seven startups accepted into Season Three of the FinTech Wales Foundry Accelerator are:

fyio Designed to navigate life and bits of paper, fyio combines a digital filing cabinet, highly secure document share function and a fyio personal assistant.

Credit Canary — Through data monitoring of active credit products, Credit Canary identifies scenarios where borrowers present an increased risk of missing their next payment. — A powerful analytics tool designed with your property journey in mind. Combining investment grade property data with comprehensive, easy to use, financial models. 

Intend — Intend helps you become healthier and wealthier. We use cutting edge behavioural science to help you reach your full potential and achieve your goals, without giving up the things that keep you healthy and happy. 

GoodDriver Insurance — GoodDriver is a disruptive PHYD (Pay How You Drive) and PAYG (PAY As You Go) car insurance product especially for younger drivers, drivers with low no claims bonus and drivers of electric cars. 

Cargo — Cargo is a digital kitty, aimed at group leaders, designed to help them better manage the finances, people and the details associated with group events.

Nuable —  Nuable have assembled the best scientists, engineers and analysts to develop a guide that identifies the best renewable energy in any given area.

FinTech Wales, CEO, Sarah Williams-Gardener said:

“Delighted to be supporting our 3rd cohort of FinTech entrepreneurs – having met them last night I’m encouraged by their energy and enthusiasm and looking forward to playing a small part in the futures.”