F10 reveals the third cohort for the P3 «Product to Market» program


Following the success of the first two rounds, F10’s P3 program goes into the next round with 13 startups from nine countries including three from Switzerland. The startups kick of the program today in Zurich, with a demo of their solutions to corporate members to initiate grounds for collaboration.


With the P3 «Product to Market» program, F10 provides a mechanism for fostering collaboration between startups and their corporate members. The third call for applications attracted startups from 20 countries all with a significant number of teams, market traction and revenue generation. Only 13 startups from nine countries made into the program. The third batch comprises the following startups: element36 (Baar, Switzerland) – developed a platform for connecting banking and blockchain networks seamlessly. Exeon Analytics (Zurich, Switzerland) – the startup is dedicated to detecting hidden cyber threats. Its flagship product «ExeonTrace» uses machine learning and clustering algorithms to understand the activities in organisations’ corporate network and to identify and investigate malware infections and data breaches. Yova Impact Investing (Zurich, Switzerland) – Yova offers highly professional investments that combine sustainability impact with attractive returns – everything is digital, easy to understand, and transparent. Bsurance (Vienna, Austria) – the company focuses on the implementation of tailor-made insurance products directly into the sales channels of companies with a large client base or transactions. EasySend (Tel Aviv, Israel) – empowers banks and insurance companies to quickly convert paper forms and clunky PDFs into beautiful and compliant eForms. e-bot7 (Munich, Germany) – developed the e-bot7 Agent+AI® system which automates answers and complex processes to enable companies to supercharge their customer service efficiency. Family Finances (Budapest, Hungary) – Fintech startup offering design-driven mobile banking solutions for financial institutions with a special focus on younger customers, including off-the-shelf solutions that are all easy to integrate and white-label as well as an end-to-end service from UX research, through UX/UI design to implementation. GoSave (Santa Monica, United States) – GoSave is a range of smart, interactive piggy banks that help parents teach kids the value of saving, chores and financial literacy from a young age. Lexical Labs (London, United Kingdom) – For teams responsible for routine contracting, Lexical Labs’ contract review and negotiation tool act an independent AI-enhanced virtual lawyer. Smart Oversight (Luxembourg) – Smart Oversight brings technology to reduce compliance cost and workload. VOXO (Stockholm, Sweden) – Voxo’s platform provides solutions and services in voice-based conversational technology and intelligent data analytics. Xencio GmbH (Vienna, Austria) – FININT engine turns all your financial transactions into an on-demand real-time dashboard of businesses providing them real-time business insights. ZappyAI (London, United Kingdom) – Zappy is democratising automation so that every employee can get rid of their repetitive work. Corporates meet startupsThe startups will demonstrate their solutions to corporate members during the matchmaking event on Thursday, 19th of September 2019, followed by one-to-one meetings to discuss collaboration options. While at the co-working space, the startups will have the chance to meet members from financial institutions and industry experts as well as potential customers, investors, partners and mentors. Due to the high interest in the P3 program, F10 has expanded the Program and offers free workshops and coaching sessions for the startups.