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Bumper has been selected to join Tech Nation's highly specialised growth programme for the FinTech sector.
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Bumper has been selected to join Tech Nation's highly specialised growth programme for the FinTech sector.

07/10/2020

Bumper has been selected to join Tech Nation's highly specialised growth programme for the FinTech sector.

The programme is specially designed for companies ready to achieve their potential and scale. It consists of insights sessions delivered by some of the most established fintech entrepreneurs, investors, and partners.

The programme lasts for six months and includes an in-depth induction, a series of learning sessions and networking events with key stakeholders.

A record number of applications have been narrowed down to just 31 companies. The companies include, Automated Intelligence, Aveni, Balkerne, BankBI, Bankifi, Caura, Coincover, Credas and Creditenable.

Bumper CEO, James Jackson, said, “It’s great to be recognised by this Government backed programme which selects the 30 most exciting FinTechs in the UK to help support them through their growth phase and includes an international showcase tour to help raise Bumper’s profile and potentially new investment. Previous graduates of the programme include FinTech Unicorns including Starling Bank, TransferWise and Revolut”.

Bumper is an interest free financing solution for car repairs and services that is customer centric and responsible.

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