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The first few weeks of the official Covid-19 lockdown have already been pretty tough for businesses. Thankfully at TransferGo, we can continue to move forward with further expansion and growth despite the ongoing Covid-19 crisis. With this comes remote hiring and onboarding. Since we’re unable to get together physically, we’re taking the following approach to...admin
Over the past few weeks, we’ve been reflecting on our business model—and ultimately our values and behaviours. Why? We believe that outlining our company principles will help propel our business forward in the right direction, while helping to shape a healthy work culture and keep every one of our employees on the same page. So...admin
From fitness to fintech, via Romania, Sweden and Croatia, Marius Nedelcu has come a long way both professionally and geographically. Here he discusses his background, expat experience and the culture and ethos at TransferGo… Meet Marius Nedelcu, our director of Brand Marketing and Market Expansion, and one of TransferGo’s key players. Born in a small town...admin
I’m really excited to be launching our crowdfunding campaign with Seedrs that is now open for pre-registration and will go fully live on October 29th. Through participating in the campaign, we want to give our customers an opportunity to share in our success as we build more solutions to remove friction from the world of...admin
In this instalment of the TransferGo Blog series on world currencies we explore currency in India along with a brief history of money in this developing country. India presents an interesting opportunity for economists to study a developing economy. Present day India is considered a mixed developing country, which means it has a mixture of...TransferGo Blog
Currency in Finland Finland’s currency is the Euro, which is the currency of eighteen European countries including Germany and France. Having committed to the cross European currency in 2002, the country gave up control of its cashflow to the Central European Bank. While this means, on the one hand, that Finland exercises less influence over...TransferGo Blog