Win amazing prizes in Women's World Banking Making Finance Work for Women Fintech Innovation Challenge 2021

Are you a startup Fintech leveraging technology to provide financial services for unbanked and underserved women in emerging markets? 

Then you should apply for the Women’s World Banking Making Finance Work for Women Fintech Innovation Challenge 2021.

Women’s World Banking’s Fintech Innovation Challenge provides a global stage to highlight Fintech innovations serving unbanked and underserved women in order to build their security and prosperity in the face of global inequalities.

Application Deadline: June 11, 2021

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Benefits

Finalists Receive:

  • Invitation to present at Women’s World Banking’s virtual Fintech Innovation Challenge in October 2021, part of the new Making Finance Work for Women Thought Leadership Series.
  • A virtual experience of Visa Inc’s Dubai Innovation Center, where you will be able to be part of an immersive experience in the future of payments furnished by Visa Inc.
  • One-year complimentary membership into Women’s World Banking’s Global Network.
  • Receive priority access to our Gender Assessment Methodology, Women’s World Banking’s proprietary approach to helping institutions become a brand and employer of choice for women. 
  • Complimentary tickets to the Making Finance Work for Women 2022 Summit.

Winners Receive:

  • The Fintech Fueler Package:
    • Customized UX design guidance session furnished by Visa Inc.
    • Exclusive pitch meeting and feedback session with Women’s World Banking Asset Management Team.
    • Four 1:1 leadership coaching and feedback sessions with one of Womens World Banking’s executive coaches.
  • A guaranteed spot as a featured speaker at a Making Finance Work for Women 2022 event.

Eligibility

The opportunity is open to :

  • Startup Fintechs based anywhere that are leveraging technology to provide financial services for unbanked and underserved women in emerging markets

Requirements

  • Solutions do not need to be exclusively for unbanked and underserved women but must show deliberate intent to be inclusive of reaching the segment.
  • Fintechs should also demonstrate a commitment to developing women leaders through the presence of women in their senior management team and Board Directors.
  • Solutions should focus on building women’s security or prosperity, particularly in supporting resilience and recovery from global economic shocks.
  • Applicants can be pre-revenue but must demonstrate a viable value proposition to reach unbanked and underserved women.

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About the Women Fintech Innovation Challenge

Women Fintech Innovation Challenge

Women’s World Banking’s Fintech Innovation Challenge provides a global stage to highlight Fintech innovations serving unbanked and underserved women in order to build their security and prosperity in the face of global inequalities.

Key Dates and Order of Program

Application Deadline is June 11, 2021

Selection Criteria

Relevance & Reach

  • How many unbanked and underserved women does the solution reach?

What strategies are being deploying to reach unbanked and underserved women?

Innovation

  • How does the solution address systemic barriers for unbanked and underserved women in a unique and differentiated way from your competitors?

Empowerment

  • What is the desired long-term impact solution? Is there a vision to drive toward women’s economic empowerment?
  • How will the long-term impact be measured?

Sustainability

  • Does the business model demonstrate a path to financial sustainability?

Scalability

  • What is the strategy for growth, and how this solution will scale across markets?

Gender Diversity

  • How is the institution promoting gender diversity and inclusive leadership within the organization?

Responsibility

  • Does the solution focus on employing best practices in consumer protection and transparency?
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