The second charge of startups driving the ‘Financial Inclusion’ agenda in the country

The second charge of startups driving the ‘Financial Inclusion’ agenda in the country

  • The 9 fintechs selected for the second cohort of the Financial Inclusion Lab are gearing to scale technology-based solutions for small businesses, MSMEs, farmers, low-literate individuals and chit funds while continuing to focus on low and middle income and underserved populations.
  • About Financal Inclusion Lab Cohort 2:  VALIDATEThe Financial Inclusion Lab, a part of IIMA-CIIE's Bharat Inclusion Initiative (BII), is a collaboration between BII, J.P. Morgan, Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and global consulting firm MSC, to help scale early-stage fintech startups that address the unique needs of lower- and middle-income people.
  • Founders: Sidd Gandhi, Dr. Kiran LakhotiaBridge2CapitalBridge2Capital empowers small shopkeepers with a simple and easy-to-use three click mobile application, which assists them in accessing on-demand affordable working capital credit from formal financial institutions.
  • Over time, Bridge2Capital looks to help India's 14+ million shopkeepers trust technology to increase the efficiency of their business and move from unorganised to organised business behaviour.
  • Navana Tech is building a design language and voice technology stack in local languages for businesses and independent developers to create understandable interfaces for their low literate customers.

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