October 03 2016
Cambridge UK – Money Mover, the online currency exchange and international payments service, hosted a group of local business owners and CEOs for a roundtable discussion last week.
The two-hour discussion, which took place at Milton Hall where Money Mover are based, included topics on Brexit, business financing, the issues of talent acquisition and how to grow an early stage business.
"It was a real pleasure to have the opportunity to host this roundtable discussion. As a CEO of a high growth business in Cambridge it was a really good opportunity to take time out and meet with other business leaders and discuss local, national and international issues which are facing us all on a day today basis."
Greg Law, CEO, Undo said:
The event reinforced the unique role which the tech industry plays in Cambridge. It is encouraging to see how these businesses are thriving even with some of the issues facing the sector
Companies who attended the roundtable session were Gonçalo de Vasconcelos, CEO, Syndicate Room, Adrian Watson representing Geospatial Insight, Eight19 and Azuri Technologies, Giles Hutson, CEO, Insignis Asset Management, Stuart Travers, COO, Sentinel Oncology, Claire Rukin, CEO, Cambridge Network, Andrew Lynn, CEO, Fluidic Analytics and Greg Law, CEO, Undo.
About Money Mover
Money Mover is the online currency exchange and global payments service for SMEs.
Money Mover makes international money transfer an asset rather than an inhibitor for SME growth by empowering businesses to make international money transfers quickly, at pre-defined rates and with transparent pricing. Its online platform offers a rich user interface that provides SME-focused tools, reports and functionality to support existing processes/workflows.
Money Mover is part of the growing wave of fintech companies focused on using technology to deliver a better quality of service than incumbent institutions. The cofounders of Money Mover, based in three different continents, were disillusioned with the way that current money transfer practices hamstrung SMEs. They set out to create a global payments platform that put the best interests of its customers at its heart.
Based in Cambridge, UK, Money Mover is backed by Andy Homer, Sir Peter Michael, and a group of financiers, entrepreneurs and technologists. For more information, see: https://www.moneymover.com/