So, you’ve built your product. You’ve launched it in your home market. And now you want to venture into new markets. Before you’re all set there are questions you’ll need to answer. What’s the product-market fit? How do you make sure it’s the right destination? And how to make sure you’re in the clear, legally speaking? On September 29th, at 6pm, we’ll be joined by our friends at Stripe to share our learnings and the best practices we’ve learnt along our own market expansions. We’ll deepdive into how to take your product to new markets and hear from: – Sharon Anne Kean, Head of International Expansions at Wise, about Wise’s expansion to Australia 🇦🇺 – Matt Henderson, EMEA Business Lead, about how Stripe entered the United Arab Emirates 🇦🇪
You asked, we listened. 👂 Today we’re beyond excited to make it easy and convenient for our US customers to own a bit of Wise — and supporting our progress on creating money without borders. Head over to our page to learn more: https://wise.com/owners/brokers/
Having a public roadmap means working with the garage door open — not only to your team, but also your customers. Getting started with building your roadmap can be tricky, though. We know, as we released our first iteration just last quarter. To help other businesses thinking of launching their own roadmaps, we invited friends from Atlassian and Up Banking to chat through the whys, hows and what ifs 👫👫 During the session, we’ll talk about: ❓ Why build a product roadmap; ❓ How to get your cross-team communications in order; ❓ What are the best platforms for building a roadmaps; ❓ How to prioritise between teams and launches; And of course, what to do when things go a bit south? Speakers: Sarah Joshi, Principal Product Manager at Atlassian Anson Parker, Head of Product at Up Daniel Thomason, Senior Product Manager at Wise Moderated by Lindsey Grossman, Director of NorthAm Product at Wise
You might have heard that we became a public company. But today, like any other day, this is the number we’re focusing on. £150 billion — that’s how much people and businesses are still losing sending money with the slow, old systems, and their hidden fees. So today’s a big day, but we still have a long way to go. £150 billion worth of way to go. #MissionUnfinished
We're excited to represent the UK in Forbes' 50 most innovative Fintech companies 🚀
Google Pay and Wise – the beginning of a beautiful friendship 👫 Our ⚡️️-fast, low-cost transfers are now live right inside the Google Pay app for anyone in the US sending money to GPay users in India and Singapore. Sending from more countries to be added later this year!
T̶r̶a̶n̶s̶f̶e̶r̶Wise Q1(..ish) Mission Update. How much closer did we get to our mission of money without borders: ⚡️ fast 📲 convenient 💰 eventually free And all of this, of course, transparently.
Everyone who’s worked at Wise is a shareholder and has some ownership of the company. Which (we think) is already pretty cool. But, in the same way our employees help build the company, customers do too –– and should have a say in how Wise is built and run. To make that happen, last week we gifted a group of 2000 active customers one share in Wise 🎁
Transparency can mean working with the garage door open – not just to everyone working in the shop, but to customers as well.
Last year, our product teams published one of the most radically transparent career maps in the industry. And it’s had way more impact than we expected – from helping all our product managers feel treated fairly, to building a more diverse team, and supporting our hiring efforts. Here’s everything we've learned along the way 👇