- Pleo PartnersSidgrove’s Dave Sellick does accounting differently. For one thing, his office is more reminiscent of the bridge on Star Trek than how you’d imagine the HQ of a financial professional. But more than that, a conversation with Dave is overflowing with passion and a keen desire to do things differently. At his finance consultancy and practice Sidgrove, Dave ...
There are many ways that using a Pleo card will change how you handle business expenses for the better – here are some of the coolest we’ve discovered.
A Pleo card makes life easy. Well, it makes the “business expenses” part of life easy. We can’t get you served faster at the bar or anything like that. (Although, pro tip: Waving cash at the staff doesn’t help.) Pleo ends the pain of chasing receipts and dealing with time-swallowing expense reports. With Pleo, employees
Despite it being the last few days of summer (… we’re not giving up just yet), we’ve been busy at Pleo. It’s been fun too, with our biggest ever group of new starters joining and a two-day team camp. On the product side, we’ve also pushed several key features that have been eagerly anticipated. Here’s
Adam Castleton of Startle was one of Pleo’s earliest customers in the UK, which is pretty cool already. But when you add in what his company does and his own back story, you realise exactly why Adam is our Pleo Hero this month.
A couple of years ago, I volunteered at a centre for older people, teaching them basic computer skills. I didn’t understand why one student was gamely struggling through the lessons, until one day he brought in a piece of paper. Written on it: his son’s Skype name. I helped him install Skype. Within a few
When a company is growing fast, getting on top of spending can cause serious stress. Pleo takes the pain away, helping your business to live up to its potential.
Pleo UpdatesWhat Pleo stands for and why
I’ve only been at Pleo for a little while, but this much is clear: I have no idea where the meeting rooms are. Also clear: Pleo and its company values mean a lot to the people who work here. And we can do better when it comes to communicating those values to you.
Future of FinanceNetflix’s expense policy is not what you expect, but it works
Employees at companies like Netflix or Google can be up to 40% more productive than average workers, studies suggest. A huge part of that is eliminating “organisational drag”, those internal processes or policies that take up way too much time… like expenses.