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A Conversation with… Klarna’s Dan Spencer

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Klarna is transforming how we pay. The Swedish bank, founded in 2005, provides game-changing flexible payment solutions for customers and merchants allowing consumers to pay for their shopping days, weeks or even months after the purchase.

With over 60 million shoppers and 100,000 merchants spread over 14 countries, Klarna’s ‘buy now, pay later’ solution is resonating with a millennial audience.  

The fintech unicorn relies on its relationship with the consumer. The ‘pay later’ or ‘slice it’ product trusts in the customer to fulfil payment at a time that best suits

 

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