Brex & Bolt: Behind the Scenes (6/6/19)

RSVP before tickets sell out for this free talk with the CEO of Bolt and the CEO of Brex on June 6th.

About this Event

Whether it’s personal finance, payments, lending, or any solution aimed at changing the way we interact with money – fintech is one of the toughest industries to enter with a new product. With tight regulations that must be followed and massive incumbents that have dominated for decades, finding a product/market fit is no small feat.

Join Ryan Breslow, the founder & CEO of Bolt, and Henrique Dubugras, the founder & CEO of Brex, for a candid discussion about the challenges they’ve encountered on the way to building fast-growing fintech companies with a strong product/market fit. During the panel, you’ll learn about:

  • How to shake things up in a mature industry that’s always stuck to a certain playbook
  • How to iterate on the product and overcome challenges to find product/market fit
  • The biggest lessons learned along the way, and what these fintech founders wish they knew sooner


5:30 pm: doors open

6:00 – 6:40 pm: panel

6:40 – 7:00 pm: audience Q&A

7:00 – 8:00 pm: drinks, snacks & networking

Sponsored by Bolt as a part of a new event series, the event is free to attend while space remains. RSVP today and be sure to invite your coworkers and friends!

About Ryan Breslow, Founder & CEO, Bolt

Ryan is the founder & CEO of Bolt, which is currently the fastest growing payments startup. By uniting the checkout experience, fraud detection and payment processing into one product, Ryan is focused helping online retailers stay competitive by providing a better-than-Amazon checkout experience.

About Henrique Dubugras, Co-Founder & CEO, Brrex

Henrique Dubugras is Co-Founder & CEO of Brex — the first of its kind corporate card for startups. Henrique built payments company — the Stripe of Brazil — when he was sixteen years old. Brex, which raised $215M in funding across three rounds in its first 22 months and was the fastest U.S. business-to-business company to be valued at over $1bn.

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