Congratulations to the fintech entrepreneurs who opened Sonte & Chalk's incubator in Sydney. Grant Thornton's FinTech Centre of Excellence applauds the vision of the Committee of Sydney and the entrepreneurship demonstrated by the fintech organisations who've chosen to be involved.
About 120 entrepreneurs have moved into Stone & Chalk which expects to have 200 people working there by the end of the year. Among the local start-ups that have moved into the hub at 50 Bridge Street are Macrovue, a thematic stock picking start-up in which AMP recently invested; the big data company Zetaris, which counts Westpac's venture capital fund Reinventure Group as in investor; and high-frequency trading hardware maker Metamako. Other foundation startups include ABA Technology, Calibre Financial Technology, Crown Money, easyshare, Fincast, Foreign Exchange Capital, FUNDEXA, Grow Capital, H2 Ventures, iDATS, Inamo, InstaReM, inugo, Macrovue, Mafematica, Monetise, Moroku, My Angel Investment, Neu Capital, NexPay, Open Orbit, Ordermomentum, Physi Secure, Piggy, Private Reporting, ProWise, RainCheck, Rental Cover, Reinventure, Ripple Labs, Simple KYC, Spotcap, Startup Week Sydney, SuperGuide, TradeFloor, and VentureCrowd.