The team headed out to spread the word that there’s a better way to transfer money around the world.
Over a third of Azimo’s workforce is made up of migrants
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Top three takeaways
(apart from the Romanian cakes, of course)
- Far too many migrants are still paying ridiculous fees to send money home via high-street money transfer shops. It’s not just the well-known operators, but the guys offering a handshake promise to ensure money arrives thousands of miles away.
- Money transfer corridors are constantly evolving, so it’s important to offer the widest possible choice of available countries.
- People are genuinely mobile-first, just not with transferring money. But there was real excitement about the prospect of being able to send money anytime, anywhere and at a fraction of the cost. Plus, they thought the Azimo app design looks brilliant and easy to use.