8 Dec 2022

Ben: building a benefits platform, powered by embedded finance

How can businesses be better equipped to support talent acquisition and retention?  For Ben, the answer was to build an incredibly flexible, all-in-one, employee benefits platform […]

30 Nov 2022

MONET: financial superpowers to smoothen creator cash flow

“With the help of our partners at Weavr, we’ve been able to get to market with verticalised banking much quicker than we initially anticipated. Weavr has […]

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16 Nov 2022

The benefits of Google Wallet and Apple Pay in the corporate world

Mobile wallets: taking the headache away from embedded payments cards Cited as one of the top 5 payment trends to watch for 2023, digital wallet adoption is set […]

Troc Circle embedded finance case study
1 Aug 2022

Troc Circle: making money move faster in B2B marketplaces with embedded finance

“At Troc Circle, we aim to help businesses unlock capital stuck in inefficient payment supply chains. Now, with Weavr on board as our strategic partner, we’re […]

18 Feb 2021

Congratulations to Weavr customer Ben on the announcement of their $2.5m fund raise and latest client win

Ben, is a London-based employee benefits platform that simplifies expense management for both the employer and employee. Ben have raised $2.5m in their latest funding round […]

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