Fintech startup Curve opens six new offices across Europe

Curve, a London-based startup, has recently announced plans to expand on a global scale beginning with six new offices across Europe.

Curve offers a platform that lets its user consolidate all their bank cards into a single Curve card and app, making it easier to manage your spending. Curve is free to join, although a premium version of the Curve card is also available for £50 that offers additional perks.

As one of the UK’s fastest growing FinTech firms, Curve has won the loyalty and support of half a million active users and is now experiencing pull from all over the world. After Curve’s launch last year, they have seen a consistent month-on-month growth of 30 per cent. Over half a billion pounds has gone through the Curve platform to-date.

The fintech platform has responded to the international demand by planning to open offices in Italy, Germany, France, Spain, Portugal and Poland. Curve is also in the process of hiring six country managers to oversee the European offices and have ambitions to expand globally.

Shachar Bialick, founder and CEO of Curve, commented: “We are extremely excited to be fulfilling our goal to export our brand internationally and to create a new generation of users that have greater financial control over their lives.”

Aiming to maintain the company’s startup culture through the companies upcoming period of international growth, Curve have welcomed Alaister Mortlock, the former LinkedIn hiring manager, to the team as head of talent.

Shachar continued: “With the appointment of Alaister Mortlock, Curve will gain the useful expertise it needs to continue scaling at a rapid pace but ensuring that we maintain and grow our culture and values with every hire across the globe. Maintaining a positive work environment will be instrumental in helping us to export our brand to a wider customer base, as we invest in a strong and committed team that can deliver the services and support that users expect from us.”

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