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FinFlag joins PwC 2021 Scale | FinTech Programme

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Belgian FinTech, FinFlag, has been selected to join PwC’s Scale | FinTech 2021 programme, a ten-week programme designed to help start-ups reach their growth potential.

Over the next two and a half months, the FinFlag team will participate in a variety of masterclasses covering topics such as industry regulation, IP and data protection and go-to-market strategy and more, as well as being able to access 1-to1 sessions with PwC experts.


FinFlag, who provide B-CEPHAL, a no-code platform for business application in Financial Services for the payment industry, is ecstatic to be one of ten European FinTech start-ups chosen to take part in this extensive programme.

This selection is a recognition of the value of its no-code solution already live with several well-known financial institutions including HomeSendEuropay & Visa BelgiumBatopin an ATM acquirer and a large Belgian POS up and take their business to the next phase.
 

“The selection could not come at a better time for FinFlag. Its software offers a low-cost, non-invasive solution dedicated to improving and streamlining back office processes for companies in the payment sector” say Geoffroy Dupuis & Luc Gillain, the FinFlag management team.

In a post-Covid era where banking and consumer habits have changed dramatically, FinFlag’s customizable solution is sure to be an invaluable innovation for many companies in the payment industry.
PwC’s Scale programme also offers the chance to identify commercial opportunities and allows the participating start-ups to elevate their profile through networking with established financial services organisations via the PwC connection.
 
The 2021 programme ends on June 9th with an executive event where FinFlag will showcase their innovative software solutions to influencers, executives and entrepreneurs in the world of finance. Afterwards FinFlag will join PwC’s Scale | FinTech alumni and benefit from ongoing support from PwC and their network.

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