Each of the five new start-ups in the H2 Accelerator initiative will receive $100,000 and be based in the Sydney fintech hub, Stone & Chalk.
The start-ups included in the program are:
• Loan Dolphin – an online auction platform for mortgages
• Edstart – A financing solution for education that uses a lending platform to help people pay tuition fees
• SuperAlbert – A superannuation application
• Birch Finance – A credit card comparison analysis tool
• TapView – a 'frictionless' way to make micropayments for content on the internet.
H2 Ventures founder Toby Heap said the start-up founders in this program were selected from a "large high-quality pool of applicants from across Australia and around the world".
"Last week, H2 Ventures hosted a private demo event, at Stone and Chalk, during which the new start-ups each presented their solutions to the audience of fintech industry insiders," Mr Heap said.
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