For too long, the conversation around technology and accounting has tended to be negative. Let’s change that – because embracing tech is probably easier than you think.
Every man and their dog has a podcast these days. That means that it can be tough to separate the good, the bad and the downright ugly. The SaaStr Podcast is most definitely in the ‘good’ camp. Launched in 2016 by Stride.VC founder Harry Stebbings, it’s the must-listen podcast for conversations with leading figures from
Headcount status: October – 161 Familiar faces: 87% Vibe: Speedy! It’s time for something new: Welcome to Work It! From now on, the People team will push out a blog post every month to let you know what’s been going on with Pleo. We believe in transparency and – considering the amazing growth we are
As more and more of us work remotely, we discover that it’s not always smooth sailing – but there are simple steps that can make it so much easier.
As we’re officially saying goodbye to summer, we reflect on the recent updates, where the product is headed and what you can expect from us in October — apart from some very last minute Halloween costumes. From strengthening and expanding our accounting integrations, to doubling down on events and opening new offices, here’s your October
Nina Rösler is Pleo Hero with a love for start-up life. She saw that expenses were a problem, not only for her company CANDIS but for a lot of the German businesses they work with.
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.