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Pleo is shortlisted among hundreds of startups to represent the Nordic fintech scene at the biggest European finance event.

Pleo, the fintech start-up from Copenhagen, is introducing its next generation card solution aimed at businesses at one of the world’s largest events focused on payments and financial services innovation – Money20/20 Europe, which will take place this year in Copenhagen, from 4th to 7th of April.

Founded by Jeppe Rindom and Niccolo Perra in 2015, Pleo offers smart payment cards for employees enabling them to buy the things they need for work, all while keeping the companies in control of spending. With the help of breakthrough technology, Pleo reduces the administrative complexity and simplifies bookkeeping.

The benefits of Pleo in comparison with other company credit cards solutions include:

Onboarding in minutes – no bank change needed
Signing-up for Pleo is simple and lightning fast, companies can sign-up directly on the Pleo website and link Pleo to their current bank account.

A payment card, virtual or plastic, for employees
Pleo company cards can be issued, funded and assigned to employees with only a few clicks.

Individual spending rights
Companies can set spending rights and limits to each employee right from the dashboard.

Instant purchase notifications
All purchases are tracked and notified in real-time in the Pleo app.

Easy on-the-go capturing and matching of receipt
Smart technology ties together each purchase with the right receipt automatically from e-mail or through a scan of the paper receipt.

Live dashboard for employees and managers
Employees and companies can follow the purchases right as they happen from the Pleo web and mobile app dashboard.

Integration to accounting systems
All purchases with Pleo cards are categorised properly and automatically integrated with all popular accounting software systems.

With Pleo, companies can fully eliminate expense reports, reimbursements or wait times for purchase approvals, allowing them to be more agile and productive.

CEO and co-founder Jeppe Rindom will be presenting Pleo at Money20/20 Europe on two different occasions:

1. Startup Pitch – Pleo is the only Nordic start-up participating in Money20/20 Europe start-up competition amongst twelve other disruptive fintech companies from all over the world. Pleo will be presenting on Day 1 (Monday, 4th of April) at 14:45 in Track Room 5.

2. Speaking session: Introducing Pleo On Day 3 (Wednesday, 6th of April) at 16:20 in Track Room 5, Pleo will be introduced individually and Jeppe Rindom will share Pleo’s vision of using data to fundamentally change company spending.

Pleo is currently in closed beta and in the process of signing up early customers. The product will be open for the Danish and UK market in the following months.

For more information about Pleo, visit

For more information about the Money20/20 Europe, visit http://www.money2020europe.com