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Entrepreneurship in Fintech

Posted: October 7, 2016 at 3:03 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Matiss Ansviesulis

Matiss Ansviesulis, Co-Founder & CEO of the fastest-growing European Fintech Creamfinance, where they make money available joins Enterprise Radio to give us the backstory on Creamfinance.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guests Matiss Ansviesulis discuss the following:

  • How did the idea of Creamfinance come into your head? What was the start like?
  • How do you deal with competitors? And what was your approach to actually competing with them despite the small investment that Creamfinance got, in comparison to its competitors?
  • What’s the most interesting/difficult part in setting up business and scaling it up? What are the biggest challenges?
  • Why did you start YouTube channel & blog – what’s the message you’re spreading?

Matiss Ansviesulis is a Co-founder and the CEO of the fastest growing European Fintech Creamfinance, providing personal finance products in emerging markets. After completing studies at Lancaster University’s Management School and working as a business analyst for JP Morgan in London, he founded Creamfinance in 2012 based on a vision to implement an innovative data-driven consumer finance company. After less than 4 years he managed to grow the company to 30M eur run rate revenue business operating both within and outside of Europe.

Matiss is an individual who is always striving for the best. He is constantly looking for new opportunities to improve himself as well as the surrounding environment; the word describing him best is ‘drive’. Being visionary, persistent and precise, Matiss is responsible for business strategy development and implementation within Creamfinance.

Matiss enjoys quick pace not only in the workplace – he practices fast-pace high adrenaline sports during the weekends.

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Websites:
Business: www.creamfinance.com
Personal: www.ansviesulis.com

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