Linda talks with Tibor Bedő and Gergely Korpos from Brokerchooser about how to create a globally marketable B2C financial product in a product segment where emotional decisions are not rarely made. Tibor and Gergely share their experiences, the bad and good times, the rough moments and how they went through them.

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Think global, start global!

February 27, 2019

Product market fit – a very first key point where many startups fail! At this point you must make your decision if you want to expand global. Creating a product market fit for the local market and then expand – and tailormake – to global – usually do not work!” – Brokerchooser’s first advice. In this episode Tibor and Gergely talks about how they created, built-up and introduced their product to the global market. Very useful to learn what they have to say.

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ABOUT THE HOST

LINDA SALLAI

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She founded an insurance company while the ink on her diploma was yet to dry. At the age of 28 she found herself in the position of Deputy CEO of CIG Pannonia Life Insurance Plc. after having started there as an actuary 5 years earlier. By that time, the company was listed on the Hungarian Stock Exchange.

This rapid and successful rise to the top did not go unnoticed as Forbes included her on their Hungarian edition of “30 under 30”, a list of the most successful Hungarians still in their 20s.

Being obsessed with innovation working in a traditional industry, fintech and insurtech quickly became irresistible disciplines to explore. And longing after intellectual development and challenges while currently being on maternity leave, she decided to give birth to yet another “lovechild”, the FintechFlow podcast.