Recap of Catalyst Fund at FLII 2017

What have we learned about catalyzing inclusive fintech startups so far?

By Jonathan Uriarte

Thoughts from the Catalyst Fund Panel at FLII 2017

On Feb 15th, the Catalyst Fund hosted a panel about supporting early-stage inclusive fintech companies at FLII 2017 (The Latin American Impact Investing Forum). Held in Mérida, Mexico and in its seventh year, FLII brings together investors, entrepreneurs, nonprofits and other ecosystem players working hard to bring real impact in Latin America.

The panel, Catalyst Fund: Our Approach and the Lessons Learned from Supporting Inclusive Fintech Startups, covered how the Catalyst Fund model compares to other accelerators or incubators and more specifically, how Catalyst Fund tailors its advisory engagements using a range of startup tools all the while rolling up their sleeves working alongside the startup teams. Speaking were some Catalyst Fund investees: Jorge Camus from, Miguel Duhalt from Comunidad4Uno, myself, Jonathan Duarte Escala Educación, Catalyst Fund partner Mathieu Albrieux AccionVenture Lab and moderator Gabriela Zapata from BFA.

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Catalyst Fund Event Info at FLII 2017

Join Catalyst Fund at FLII 2017 (Foro Latinoamericano de Inversión de Impacto) for a panel on the challenges and lessons learned working with inclusive fintech startups. Featuring our investees from different stages in the investment life cycle and sectors ranging from education, and financial services for the low income customer, 

Panel: Catalyst Fund: Our approach and lessons learned from supporting inclusive fintech startups

Moderator: Gabriela Zapata, senior associate at BFA


Event info:

Feb 15th, 2017 3:30pm-4:30 local time
Hyatt Regency
Mérida, México

Full FLII program agenda here: