Suburbia becomes the first Dutch startup to be selected for the Fintech Business Camp Tokyo, which is an accelerator program meant for young fintech companies. It is a two-month accelerator program run by the office of the mayor of Tokyo along with Accenture Japan and will debut in October.
Founded in 2018, Suburbia has its headquarters in Amsterdam. Backed by ING, Suburbia believes that alternative data can unlock valuable insights to make better decisions. The company is involved in gathering data for new and hard-to-access sources, collects vast amounts of information and collates the same into a single access point for reliable and fast intelligence. Its solutions help investors and corporations with the predictive power of data.