In episode 119 of Fintech Chatter Podcast, Dexter Cousins is joined by Dan Jovevski, CEO and founder of WeMoney.
WeMoney is a social financial wellness platform aimed at helping people achieve their financial goals.
Since starting in 2020 WeMoney has built a strong community of users and has more than 300,000 downloads. And in 2021 WeMoney won the coveted People's Choice Award for Emerging Fintech at the Finnies Awards.
This week they announced an AU$7m capital raise to help scale the business and develop new products.
About Dan Jovevski
Dan is a second-time founder, having founded, scaled and exited his first FinTech - SwitchMyLoan.com.au back in 2016.
Dan shares some of his secrets on building a purpose/community-led Fintech. A little tip, it takes more than just a Discord group 😉
Dexter asks Dan about the experience the second time around and what he has done differently. They also discuss a recent trip to the US and the key differences between launching a FIntech in Aus vs North America.
Founded by Dexter Cousins in 2016, Tier One People is on a mission to help Australia become the world leader in Fintech innovation.
Tier One People helps companies like Revolut, TrueLayer and 10x build founding teams for launch in Australia.
And series A+ / ASX Listed Aussie Fintech like Lendi, Afterpay and 86 400 hire executive talent capable of delivering growth and scale. If you are building a world-class Fintech venture and need help in hiring tier-one people contact us
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