It’s been a while since we did our last Fintech Q&A, but we’re coming back with a bang! With more and more companies making use of Open Banking, hopefully we’ll be having more and more soon.
I’m excited to announce that we’ll have Luke Massie, CEO of VibePay with us later this week, and here’s why:
About Luke Massie, CEO and founder of Vibe:
At just 26 years old, Luke already has an enviable track record as a successful entrepreneur receiving backing from property tycoon, Nick Candy, and businessman, Scott Fletcher. In school he was outsourcing paper rounds across his local area and set up his first business at 17, selling it just before he turned 18 for £94,000.
In 2014, Luke founded the hugely successful ticket re-sale platform, VibeTickets, which has raised £3.2m with £600,000 in crowdfunding. Following the introduction of Open Banking, Luke spotted another gap in the market and created VibePay, to change social payments for the better.
VibePay is the social way to get paid back, making it easier for friends to split the cost of concert tickets, presents, holidays, dinners, etc… The app is powered by Open Banking and enables secure payments direct from your bank account, regardless of who you bank with. Since launching in September 2019, VibePay now boasts 10,000+ users.
So, get your questions in, and Luke will be here later this week to answer them!