New Zealand’s baking landscape is unique, with our central banks being owned by Australian banks and a very traditional banking setup. Yet overseas, 'open banking' is creating a new type of financial supplier, bringing new technology and benefits to businesses, like lower fees, instant payments and more.
In this podcast, we chat with Shaun Marsh, the co-founder of Dosh, New Zealand’s first digital wallet. Shaun and his co-founder James started Dosh after using Digital Wallets and similar apps in Singapore, where the two were based for several years. They have created New Zealand’s first digital wallet, and in this podcast, Shaun takes us through what is possible and how we should think differently about payments and banking. Shaun explains what open banking is and how it came about. From there, we discuss what opportunities this provides kiwi businesses and how it can make their life easier.
To learn more about Dosh, check out their website, where you can download an app or apply for a Dosh business account - Dosh - Payments Made Simple