ProductTank #8 w/ Kaarel Kuddu, Head of Product at TransferWise

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Millenáris Startup Campus

Kis Rókus u · Budapest

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in Millenaris Park's "Building D". The entrance is from "Building C", right by the lakes.

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How to reach global scale with Kaarel Kuddu, Head of Product at TransferWise

For this episode of ProductTank we have Kaarel Kuddu, Head of Product at TransferWise, sharing his experiences on how to scale a product globally. Join us to hear the behind-the-scenes stories of the TransferWise journey from the first transfer 7 years ago to the present - moving more than £3 billion across 71 countries and 1300+ routes monthly.

About Kaarel:

Kaarel is the Head of Product at TransferWise. For four years, he’s been responsible for the expansion and development of the TransferWise product around the world. Prior to TransferWise, he founded and ran a product and engineering consultancy.

About TransferWise:

Finance needs fixing. For too long, we’ve been overcharged and underserved by the masters of our money. On every continent, people are cornered by a system built by big banks and old financial institutions to serve their own interests. The house always wins and you don’t even know how.

And for people moving money across borders, they’ve simply had no option but to pay the price.

Not fair.

TransferWise is on a mission to fix this and achieve money without borders - instant, convenient, transparent and eventually free. We’re powering money for people and businesses in their increasingly global lives - allowing them to send, spend and get paid in any currency, wherever, whenever.

Founded 7 years ago, today TransferWise has over four million active customers who collectively transfer more than £3 billion across 1300+ routes globally each month. Most importantly, our customers save more than £3 million every day by using TransferWise rather than their bank 🚀.

Learn a little more: https://transferwise.com/gb/blog/tag/inside-the-revolution