Here in the next instalment of our interview series, ‘Cost-of-Living Crisis – How can the payments industry help?’, Project Inclusion’s Neil Harris sits downs with John Downie, the CEO and Founder of SteadyPay.
SteadyPay is a UK-headquartered fintech and credit provider seeking to alleviate the cost-of-living crisis among the gig economy by enabling businesses with embeddable finance products.
The cost-of-living crisis has arguably hit those with variable incomes the hardest, when a month-by-month financial outlook lacks any guaranteed foresight. This barrier is at the heart of SteadyPay’s mission, and here, John joins Neil to discuss his company’s unique position in enabling the drivers of the worldwide economy with better access to capital.
The conversation delves into how this vast proportion of the economy has been weighed down by the cost-of-living crisis, the improvements that access to credit desperately deserves and where SteadyPay sees its position in delivering the best outcome for all.
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