Lighthouse – the leading partnership platform in the Nordics & Baltics – open its applications for the 2020 edition. This year, Mastercard is taking the existing fintech partnership program – Lighthouse Program – and doubling-down its focus on social impact with the launch of the Lighthouse MASSIV Program. Don’t miss your chance to join Lighthouse’s 2020 edition – applications open until February 14.
Doconomy was founded in the strong conviction that change is possible.
That the climate crisis is real and has to be battled.
That people are keen to take action for a greater good.
That the only way forward is through innovations and partnerships.
The announcement is made and Doconomy is Lighthouse Program’s winner! The Swedish company with a focus on sustainability took this batch’s title and will now get a spot at the Mastercard Start Patch pitch day. Doconomy’s impeccable timing and passion for change are among the many reasons they were selected as the program winner!
STOCKHOLM—Mastercard and NFT Ventures are pleased to announce the fall 2019 class for the Lighthouse Development Program. Lighthouse is a collaboration network that, twice a year, invites 15 of the most promising fintechs from the Nordics and Baltics to fast-track partnership discussions with Mastercard and
Zliide was founded with the vision to revolutionize the fashion retail industry. With hardware as a core component of the product, the journey wasn’t an easy one. Fast forwarding some rough periods of starting up a new business, we are now looking at an exciting,
It’s hard to believe, but it has been just over a year since we announced the start of the Lighthouse Development Program. Standing on the same stage in Amsterdam, where that announcement was made, and seeing the pitches of the three finalists from the second
Mastercard and NFT Ventures are excited to announce the finalists for the Lighthouse Development Program Batch #2. At the start of the year, Lighthouse Program organizers solicited applications from Denmark, Estonia and Norway before selecting 15 participants based on their potential for growth. For 12