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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned 86 400 in 1 CB Insights research brief, most recently on Nov 17, 2022.
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Latest 86 400 News
Dec 16, 2021
Zip appoints former 86 400 CPMO Travis Tyler as Chief Product Officer in Australia Zip appoints former 86 400 CPMO Travis Tyler as Chief Product Officer in Australia Zip Co Limited have announced the appointment of Travis Tyler as the company’s new Australian Chief Product Officer, who will also join the ANZ Leadership Team. Tyler will commence with Zip in January 2022 and will be responsible for leading the Australian product strategy end-to-end across Zip’s Product, Design and Product Marketing teams. Bringing significant experience as a senior leader across Product, Marketing, Sales and Technology in the financial services and fintech industry, Tyler joins Zip with a background in neobanks, start-ups as well as commercial banks. He is now a founding member and Chief Product & Marketing Officer at Australia’s first smartbank, 86 400 and has held a number of senior leadership roles in Consumer Digital, Mobile and eChannels at Westpac and St George. He’s also a non-executive Director for the Australian Network on Disability. Commenting on Travis Tyler’s appointment, Cynthia Scott, Zip’s ANZ Managing Director, said, “I am thrilled to welcome Travis into the ZipFam. He is an incredibly accomplished leader with an impressive track record across Product and Marketing in the financial services and Fintech industry. His experience will be invaluable in helping drive Zip’s products in Australia to create an even better experience for our customers, merchants and partners. We can’t wait for him to get started!” Tyler added, “I am excited to be joining one of Australia’s fastest-growing brands that has already changed the way people pay for the better. I look forward to joining the incredibly talented team that has created so much momentum and delivering the next generation of products that help our customers and merchants live fearlessly.” Join our Newsletter:
86 400 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was 86 400 founded?
86 400 was founded in 2017.
Where is 86 400's headquarters?
86 400's headquarters is located at 89 York St, Sydney.
What is 86 400's latest funding round?
86 400's latest funding round is Acquired.
How much did 86 400 raise?
86 400 raised a total of $21M.
Who are the investors of 86 400?
Investors of 86 400 include National Australia Bank and Morgan Stanley.
Who are 86 400's competitors?
Competitors of 86 400 include Judo Bank and 4 more.
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