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In conversation with Norris Koppel, CEO & Founder of Monese

Season 2022, episode 2
1 hr 25 min / Published

In this episode we meet Norris Koppel in his London office to share his ongoing journey in the Fintech industry. Serial entrepreneur (Yep, Monese is definitly not his first one), Norris shares with us without any filters his (very)  personal drivers, the issues he had with past co founders and/or investors, the fabulous support of his familly even if rule number 1 was "don't lose the familly money on that fintech project", and many advices for the one who would like to launch a startup today. 

Small teaser: did you know that Florida was THE place where everything began regarding Monese story? You'll discover that and much more in that second episode of our #PFF Fintech Founder mini series. Those episodes are more Founders audio biographies than classical podcasts, we hope you'll enjoy it!

Make yourself comfortable, take a coffee and let's go for 85+ minutes of close and personal conversation with Norris.

This podcast is produced thanks to the tremendous support of our sponsors Credit Mutuel Arkea  - a French retail bank very active in digital in general and Fintech in particular for more than 15 years now-, BPC – a global leader in payments,  transaction & digital banking -  & Research Industrial systems Engineering, a recognized IT service provider with more than 20 years experience in IT infrastructure & architecture. I can tell you that those companies do love entrepreneurs as much as I do.  More information about who they are and their activities can be found on our podcast page here


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