10 Tips for Fintech Start-up Gain Achievements

What is FinTech?
In a nutshell, FinTech is a term for the industry that provides financial services on technology platforms.

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Here are 10 tips that any Fintech startup should know so as not to miss the opportunity to work with large banks in the future.
1. To mobilize enough support capital
Determine before the start of the project that the cost is always double and it will take three times more than expected.
2. Estimate the time of the sales cycle
If you have a FinTech business solution for any financial institution – either a small organization or a central currency bank – must accept a long, arduous sales cycle with many delays. .
3. Learn about the market
Many startups believe that their solution will completely change the way the bank operates and no longer have to use existing tools.
4. Build a successful sales strategy
5. Share sales opportunities with all sales people
6. Get a head start
7. Spacious during preparation for sale
8. Do not cover everything too carefully
9. The site must be ready when the product starts to run
10. Product thinking must be independent