Danish fintech Spiir was founded in 2010 by Rune Mai and Gudmundur Hreidarsson, co-founders of the open banking platform Nordic API Gateway. In an interview with Spiir Product Lead Martin Junker, we were curious to hear what Spiir has been working on since participating in the Lighthouse Program and the challenges and opportunities they see moving forward.
The Danish fintech Softpay participated in the Spring Class of the program this year and recently announced €3m in investment from a few selected private investors. With Softpay, customers are able to integrate contactless online payments onto any device and easily use their devices as payment terminals in their businesses.
The Danish fintech GoAppified participated in the Spring 2019 edition of the program and we interviewed former CEO Søren Jensen, now Nordic Head of Sales at Loomis, to tell us more about where they started and their recent journey of being acquired by Loomis.
SupplierPlus is a buyer-led Supply Chain Finance (SCF) platform that optimizes working capital allocation in trade relations. More simply put, the company simplifies invoice financing between buyers, suppliers and financiers.
eDoks has proven to be a competitive solution in Latvia for partner organizations to digitally deposit, store, transfer and sign information and documents.
Crassula is on its new mission to support the launch, growth and development of FinTechs around the world.
15 companies from the Nordic and Baltic regions took part in Mastercard’s Lighthouse Program 2020 Spring Edition. The winners – selected for their team strength, product innovation, execution feasibility, and partnership potential – were announced during Latitude 59.
Mastercard is announcing 15 tech startups that will join the fall 2020 Lighthouse Program. Each of the companies has been selected due to its innovative, scalable, and most importantly, impactful solutions that they bring to the table.
Twice a year, we’re forced to pick 20 Lighthouse companies from a long list of applicants. We do so by evaluating three criteria
On June 11th, Lighthouse held its first ever Community Meetup virtually. After receiving interest from current and past Lighthouse contestants, we created this event as a substitute for the networking opportunity that typically occurs after the second workshop for Lighthouse participants and alumni.