This post is part of our live coverage of FinovateAsia 2013.
Our next presenter is Moscow-based LifePAD.
“LifePAD gives every customer an opportunity to have a personal online bank manager in his tablet that can be reached with any question 24/7.”
Presenting Alexey Mikhaylik (CEO) and Marina Lapshina (Coordinator)
Product Launch: January 10, 2013
Metrics: Private funding $6M, life-pad.ru launched in 2013
Product distribution strategy: Direct to Business (B2B) & through financial institutions
HQ: Moscow, Russian Federation
Founded: October 2012
FinovateAsia is typically our most globally diverse show, and this year is no different. Two weeks from now, we will showcase 37 demos from companies spanning the globe that are innovating in everything from remittance to small business tools to back office solutions and much more.
Given that diversity, we thought it would be fun put together a map showing the geographic spread of the demoing companies that will take the stage (click the map to enlarge).
Here’s the breakdown of the number of companies from each region:
- Asia: 12
- Europe: 11
- North America: 9
- Africa: 1
- Oceania: 2
- Middle East: 2
To refresh your memory, the list of the companies that we’ve hand-picked to show off their new technology at the Max Atria @ Singapore Expo on November 14, include:
- Advanced Merchant Payments
- App Annie
- CustomerXPs Software
- GMC Software Technologies
- IND Group
- Intuition Intelligence
- Mistral Mobile
- Red Zebra
- SaaS Markets
- Smart Engine
- White Label Personal Clouds
To see live demos of the new technology, meet the entrepreneurs responsible, and network with others in the industry, get your ticket to FinovateAsia here. If you have questions about the show, check out who is attending or email email@example.com.
At Finovate, we’ve seen how great innovation comes from companies of all ages. All we have to do is look at the Best of Show winners from FinovateAsia 2012. The founding dates of the winners ranged from 1858 (NAB, the parent company of UBank) to 2012 (SocietyOne).
We don’t know who will win Best of Show at FinovateAsia in Singapore this year, but looking at the launch date of the 37 companies taking the stage November 14, we found a 28-year spread.
Here they are in reverse chronological order with funding amounts, if disclosed:
- BlueKite: 2013
Total Funding: $1.5 million Seed funding
- KlickEx: 2011
Total Funding: $1.3 million
- Mambu: 2011
Total Funding: $2 million Series A
2007 or earlier
- Yodlee: 1999
Total Funding: $124 million
- BehavioSec: 1998
Total Funding: $2 million (€1.5 million)
- Kofax: 1985
Public LON: KFX
To learn more about each of these companies, check them out here and come see their live demos in Singapore on November 14.
All numbers and funding information sourced from Crunchbase.com