H2 Ventures announced that payments app DiviPay, sustainable investment app Goodments and financial advice platform Nod will join the H2 Accelerator program based in the venture capital firm’s Sydney office.
The three fintechs were selected to join the program along with online food marketplace DishMe, social sports trading game FanTrade, student employment app InsideSherpa and retail app Reji.
All seven business received a $100,000 investment from H2 Ventures, with the company’s founding partner Toby Heap saying he was excited with the selected start-ups.
“We are once again delighted with the quality of applicants received for this round of the accelerator and have chosen seven fantastic teams of passionate founders who are driven to change the world,” Mr Heap said.
Goodments co-founder Tom Culver said joining the program was a huge step for his business and would help the start-up “realise [its] mission of building a more sustainable future through investing”.
“It’s so exciting to be part of a group of start-ups, all looking to not only innovate, but also connect with a new generation of customers,” Mr Culver said