Product updates from Weavr
19 Dec 2022

Weavr product updates Dec 2022

Before the holidays, we’ve got a 🧑‍🎄 sackful of recent product updates to share, including instant EUR bank transfers, multifactor authentication features, a new option to […]

2 Nov 2022

We’re expanding to Singapore!

We’re excited to enable the region’s digital businesses with our radically simpler embedded finance solution. Big Weavr news! Team Weavr are in Singapore this week to […]

Product updates from Weavr
29 Sep 2022

Weavr product updates September 2022

This September we’ve got a couple of important updates to share, and both make it easier to get started with embedded finance, build adoption among your […]

23 Aug 2022

Moth to the flame of innovation – why I traded the golf course for startup finance

What’s it like to hop from the old world of finance to the new? Daniel Greiller, Chief Commercial Officer at Weavr, joined us while the company […]

Product updates from Weavr
22 Jul 2022

Weavr product updates July 2022

At Weavr, we’re on a mission to make it easy for you to add powerful fintech features to your applications, without your team needing to become […]

19 Jul 2022

What does embedded finance mean to the Portuguese market?

Marking our recent launch into the Portuguese market, we were excited to bring together over 70 people from the startup and fintech community in the region […]

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 […]

Product updates from Weavr
15 Mar 2022

Weavr product updates: UK faster payments, more spend rule options, Emoji-friendly card names, Forex configuration, Twilio customer authentication, and more!

Product updates! Two weeks after announcing our Series A and sign-posting our upcoming launch in the US, we’re proud to share what our dev team have introduced […]

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 […]

22 Feb 2022

We’re getting ready to launch in the US

For a little over 18 months, we’ve been on the mission to enable any business to integrate any financial service anywhere their customers need it. Our […]

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 […]

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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