Last chance for early-stage startups to apply to SigmaFintech course

The course is organized by Sarona Partners, SigmaLabs, and Max

James Spiro 13:2314.03.21

It is the last chance for startups to apply to SigmaFintech, a new course by Sarona Partners Group SigmaLabs Accelerator program, in collaboration with MAX, designed to help early-stage startups accelerate their companies. The program, which invites companies in the FinTech, Payments, InsurTech, and Quantum Computing industries, is focused on transitioning Startup Nation into a ‘Scaleup Nation’.


SigmaFintech is an accelerator program focused on helping startups focusing on reaching product validation, market fit, POC, and building the right fundraising strategy for angel or micro-VC fundings. In a 3-month program, the startups achieve early success and have a higher probability of closing a financing round. While the course is expected to begin in April, March 14 is the last day that startups can apply.


David Debash, COO of Sigmalabs and partner in Sarona Partners. Photo: 365X David Debash, COO of Sigmalabs and partner in Sarona Partners. Photo: 365X


"We are looking for fintech, payments, insurtech and quantum computing startups that even in their early-stage you can sense they have a chance to revolutionize the financial industry, which is in the midst of the Fourth Revolution, the digital transformation and more than ever thirsty for innovation," said the managers of the program.


The program is part of Sarona Partners Group. In the six years since the first SigmaLabs program, there have been a total of 16 waves, four exits, and $100 million of funds raised by 80% of its alumni.