SixThirty, the St. Louis-based accelerator for financial technology startups, has announced investment in four early-stage companies through its second fund.
Each of the startups will receive investment of up to $250,000, an increase over SixThirty’s previous typical investment of $100,000.
The four companies, which participated in SixThirty’s program this spring, are:
- Atidot (Israel) – Makes big data and predictive tools for the life insurance industry
- ForwardLane (New York) – Uses AI to analyze client data for banks and financial services firms
- Genivity (Chicago) – Has a financial planning tool that incorporates health management
- Popwallet (New York) – Runs a platform that connects mobile marketing to mobile wallets
Read more: St. Louis Post-Dispatch