Charlotte, NC – The inaugural Southeast Fintech Venture Conference Committee has announced the complete pitch lineup for November 20th. The first eight companies were announced on October 23rd. The ten additional fintech companies and Accelerator Partner MACH37 complete the lineup of seventeen companies and three Accelerator Partners. The companies have various stages of funding and will be pitching at Barings in Uptown Charlotte.
The new additions to the conference pitch lineup include:
Catapult (Charlotte, NC): A request for proposal platform that allows both the requestor and responder to collaborate within a single portal, while providing automation features to streamline the process for responders.
Cheddar (Bloomington, IN): A usage-based billing platform that cuts the time it takes to build monetization into a product by as much as 90%.
MACH37 (Washington, D.C.): America’s premier market-centric cybersecurity accelerator.
Medxoom (Atlanta, GA): White labeled B2B platform offering a mobile first application which makes it easy for employees to manage, track, and pay their healthcare bills.
MyLumper (Atlanta, GA): An electronic payment platform for the transportation industry.
NormShield (McLean, VA): Security operations and reporting that automatically sees, prioritizes, and acts on cyber threats.
Painless1099 (Richmond, VA): Automated tax savings for independent contractors.
ThreatSwitch (Charlotte, NC): Software as a Service (SaaS) for any company subject to strict security and cybersecurity regulations.
VITAL4DATA (Atlanta, GA): Software as a Service (SaaS) company that supports regulatory compliance by providing solutions that help streamline the due diligence process for KYC/AML, FCRA, FCPA and UK Bribery Act compliant global screening and monitoring.
WalletFi (Durham, NC): A platform that enables users to easily identify and move recurring charges, subscriptions, and card-on-file payments across cards in their digital wallet.
Yellow Card Financial (Auburn, AL): A digital currency exchange and remittance platform providing financial services and inclusion to the cash market worldwide.
The inaugural Southeast Fintech Venture Conference is an all-day event drawing prominent VC and growth firms and successful fintech founders. This will also be Demo Day for Class 7 of Queen City Fintech, the organizing body of the conference, which features fintech startups from all around the world who will have just spent twelve weeks incubating in Charlotte and the Southeast ecosystem.
The Southeast Fintech Venture Conference’s sponsors and partners include Barings, Hypepotamus, Frontier Capital, Ernst & Young, Square 1 Bank, Fifth Third Bank, SixThirty, StartCharlotte, The Venture Center, MACH37, Let’s Talk Payments, Noro-Moseley Partners, NC IDEA, Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, and the Carolina Fintech Hub.
For more information about the Southeast Fintech Venture Conference, please call Sarah Smith at 203-804-4881, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit qcfintech.co/se-fintech-venture-conference.