Start / Scale / Disrupt 15: How we scaled Moneypenny

Christopher Goodfellow
Ex-editor
Sift Media
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This episode we’re joined by Moneypenny co-founder Ed Reeves to talk about how he started scaling a business that now has 500 employees.

In the interview, he gives a frank account about getting the business offering right, shaping the product to help improve cashflow, technology - was Moneypenny the first startup to use direct debit? - the hiring process that’s enabled them to reduce recruitment advertising to near zero and work-life balance as an entrepreneur.

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About Chris.Goodfellow

About Chris.Goodfellow

Journalist and editor with nine years' experience covering small businesses and entrepreneurship (ChrisGoodfellow.net). Follow his personal twitter account @CPGoodfellow and his events business @Box2Media. He has written for a wide range of publications in the UK, Ireland and Canada, including The Financial Times, The Guardian, The Independent and Vice magazine. 

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