Brex CEO Henrique Dubugras is coming to Disrupt SF
Fintech startup Brex went from 0 to a valuation of $1 billion in less than two years. It is a fascinating company, and so is Brex’s co-founder and CEO Henrique Dubugras. He’s coming to TechCrunch Disrupt SF to tell us more about the company’s explosive growth.
Brex first started with a corporate card for startups. Compared to legacy corporate cards, there are a ton of benefits. First, it’s easy to sign up to Brex as the company doesn’t require any personal guarantee or security deposit.
Second, you instantly get a virtual card that you can use for online subscriptions and other online purchases. After a few days, you receive a good old plastic card that you can use anywhere around the world — there’s no foreign transaction fees.
And it’s not just about a better on-boarding experience. Brex is a great way to access credit as the credit limit is around 10 times higher than the credit limit of traditional corporate cards. At the end of the month, all expenses are consolidated.
Given that Brex attended Y Combinator and is a good product for startups, it became an instant hit in Silicon Valley. More recently, the company created cards