We’ve joined Future Fifty 9.0!

Monese joins the UK’s leading late-stage growth program

Melissa da April 20, 2021

We’ve joined Future Fifty 9.0!

We’re excited to announce we’ve been chosen as one of the UK’s leading late-stage tech companies and joining the Future Fifty 9.0 program — Europe’s leading growth program for late-stage tech scaleups. The exclusive network of high-growth is designed to bring together, empower and accelerate the growth of the most successful tech companies in the UK.

Monese is one of 22 new companies to join the program this year, driving the growth of UK tech and economic recovery. Among these new joiners, we’re also one of eight fintechs and insurtechs selected to join.

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As part of the program, we look forward to peer-to-peer learning and applying these learnings straight away into our work environment. We’ll also be focused on addressing and unlocking answers to some of the different challenges we face as we continue to grow and expand our business.

We’re proud to be included in this year’s Future Fifty, alongside some of the most prominent tech companies in Europe. It’s a testament to our team’s hard work and drive to help those living in challenging situations to build sustainable financial resilience and provide access to fair and flexible financial services.

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