4 May 2022

Breaking barriers to build better – the engineering mindset behind Weavr’s Plug-and-Play Finance

“It all goes back to curiosity – asking why something works the way it does, and figuring out how else it could work.” That’s the mindset […]

2 Mar 2022

A word from our investors

It’s been 7 days since we announced the closing of a $40 million Series A round.  Tiger Global led the round – one of the world’s […]

6 Aug 2021

Daniel Greiller joins panel of experts to discuss financially inclusive payments on the latest Emerging Payments Association Insights podcast

Weavr CCO Daniel Greiller recently took part in an EPA Insights podcast to explore how digital and financial exclusion remain entrenched in today’s society and have […]

3 Dec 2020

Daniel Greiller joins Weavr as CCO

Daniel joins as Chief Commercial Officer at an exciting time for Weavr as the company exits stealth mode – accelerating its growth and product development.   He […]


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