Stone & Chalk is an independent, not-for-profit Fintech hub whose overarching objective is to help foster and accelerate the development of world-leading Fintech start-ups. It is a physical “centre of gravity” for the local Fintech eco-system.
We aim to support the growth of the highest quality Fintech start-ups in Australia, from the full spectrum of the Fintech landscape (payments, peer-to-peer, crowd-funding, automated advice, capital markets, crypto-currencies, etc).
All our resident fintech startups are of high growth potential and must first pass through our selection process before being accepted as resident members. Our resident startups represent a wide range of different disruptive and innovative fintech categories including smarter faster machines, new market platforms, investment management, payments, alternative banking, market based lending, e-KYC, insurance, equity crowdfunding; data sharing frameworks, IoT. wearables, distributed/consensus ledger platforms and cyber security.
“I feel passionate about leaving a legacy for the future generations which will be defaulted with technology in their hands, and making sure their digital experience is safe and enriched. ” Check in with Jo as she talks about how her product is protecting citizens against identity theft, cyberbullying and other misuses of their personal […]
Hear from Founder Martin McCann as he talks about how Trade Ledger is simplifying credit risk assessment and provisioning cash flow solutions for companies entering high yield cashflow loans markets.
We asked the CEO & founder of Brighte, Katherine McConnell, and her mentor, Trevor Allen, to talk us through how mentorship has assisted along the startup and capital raising journey. Here’s what they said… Q. You came to the startup game with an array of commercial experience. What made you decide to join the mentor program? Katherine: I joined the […]
We’re excited to welcome a brand new startup into our fintech community. What makes Carrots Money unique? Carrots Money targets millennial women. Why? Because soon these women will possess a significant portion of financial wealth in Australia. Millennial women in this country tend to be go-getters, university educated, and the force behind shifts in the social […]