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Copenhagen, Denmark



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  •'s estimated annual revenue is currently $175.1M per year.(i)
  •'s estimated revenue per employee is $185,900
  •'s total funding is $428.1M.
  •'s pricing is $60 per year.
  •'s current valuation is $1.7B. (July 2021)

Employee Data

  • has 942 Employees.(i)
  • grew their employee count by 0% last year.
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Pleo offers smart payment cards for employees enabling them to buy the things they need for work, all while keeping the companies in control of spending. Pleo revolutionises business spending by reducing administrative complexity, eliminating expense reports and simplifying bookkeeping. Pleo was founded in 2015.



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Accelerator News

2022-04-19 - Pharnext: Pharnext Reports Full Year 2021 Financial Results and Recent Business Updates

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2021-07-07 - Fintech startup Pleo lands $150M Series C

Pleo has raised $150 million in a round co-led by Bain Capital Ventures and Thrive Capital, valuing the Copenhagen-based startup at $1.7 billion. Pleo offers smart company cards and expense management software. The funds will be used for recruitment, product development and the company's interna ...

2021-07-06 - Kinnevik invests in Pleo’s USD 150 million financing round

Kinnevik AB (publ) ("Kinnevik") today announced that it has invested USD 22m in Pleo’s USD 150m funding round, participating above its pro rata share. The funds raised will be used to support the company’s growing 17,000+ customer base, and the development of new spend management features on its ...

2021-07-06 - Meet Europe’s newest fintech unicorn: Denmark’s raises €126.7M; it’s hiring 15-30 employees every month

Copenhagen-based fintech startup offers smart payment cards for employees to buy things they need for work while keeping the companies in control of spending. Today, the company announced that it has raised $150M (approx €126.7M) in its Series C round of funding – largest round raised by ...

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