SuperCharger opens up second Malaysia programme to international startups

  • Will hold two-month international spanning eight countries
  • Programme is a collaboration between MDEC and Allianz Malaysia


SuperCharger opens up second Malaysia programme to international startups


FOLLOWING the success of its first accelerator programme in 2017, SuperCharger Malaysia is now inviting applications from international fintech companies to participate in SuperCharger Kuala Lumpur 2018 – a no equity, 12-week programme aimed at helping promising fintech startups to establish and scale their business in Malaysia and beyond.

To reach an international audience of fintech founders, SuperCharger is embarking on two-month international roadshow - from the beginning of May until the end of June - spanning eight countries. The roadshow will begin in Sydney, and travel through Jakarta, Singapore, Shanghai, Paris, London, and Hong Kong before ending in Kuala Lumpur.

Participants from the last year’s SuperCharger programme have gone on to achieve considerable success. As of early April 2018, they raised more than US$15 million in funding, acquired 29 Proof of Concept (PoC) agreements, and won numerous national and regional awards.

The SuperCharger Accelerator Programme is an active collaboration between Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), and Allianz Malaysia. The programme provides participating fintech companies with market entry resources, experienced mentorship, and strategic access to industry experts, venture capitalists, and key stakeholders.

The accelerator is searching for fintech companies that will shape the digital economy with next-generation solutions. Applicants across all verticals of fintech (e.g. wealthtech, insurtech, payments, alternative lending, etc.) and TechFin (Artificial Intelligence [AI], Blockchain, Cloud-based Applications, etc.) are welcome to apply on a no-equity basis.

SuperCharger FinTech Accelerator is open for applications until June 29, 2018. Fintech companies may apply online via the official application page. The programme will commence in Kuala Lumpur on the Aug 27, 2018 and will conclude with the Demo Day on Nov 15, 2018.


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