Can lightning strike twice for Andrew Chau? The co-founder of SkipTheDishes is now going for a second hit with Neo Financial, a digital bank built from the ground up to give Canadians the most rewarding spending and saving experience - the way it should be.
They say that lightning doesn't strike twice, but this time I think they might just have that wrong. Andrew Chau is a co-founder of SkipTheDishes, the largest food delivery network in Canada which he helped expand to over 110 markets and millions of customers, with over 2,500 employees headquartered in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Acquired by Just-Eat in 2016 for $200M and merged with Takeaway (2019) and Grubhub (2020), his startup helped to create one of the largest food delivery companies in the world.
Now, Andrew is on to his next venture, along with a strong team out of Calgary, Alberta, they are building Neo Financial from the ground up to give Canadians the most rewarding spending and saving experience - the way it should be. Focused on client experience and solving for the technology challenges other banks have, Neo Financial is being built to solve for Canadian's most challenging issues in banking, with great features, high interest rates and amazing experiences.
Listen in as Andrew talks about his experiences as a successful entrepreneur, tackling the needs of consumers with global leading technology solutions. He discusses what it takes to be successful, and why he is doing it all over again. Maybe lightning will strike twice for this incredible entrepreneur!