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Behind the scenes of the first Lithuanian fintech – career insights, social activity, employee accomplishments, and various celebrations! Less numbers, more stories.

Meet the Paysera office dogs

Furry friends, best co-workers, chief barketing officers, woofer floofers – you name it. An office without four-legged friends around is just not cool anymore. Paysera HQ in Vilnius is proud to be a pet-friendly workplace where dogs are always welcome. In this blog, let’s take a look at some of the most frequent guests!

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What’s it like to work at Paysera as a parent?

Are you a working parent? Or maybe you fearfully anticipate being one? At Paysera, around 50% of employees, including those in management positions, are not only great colleagues at work but also proud parents at home. Therefore, in response to the upcoming Mothers’ and Fathers’ Days, we have interviewed some of them and asked about their experience in finding that perfect work-life balance when working in tech. 

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Earth Day Special: How can my company be greener? 

April 22 is celebrated worldwide as Earth Day. For this occasion we wanted to share a few simple tips on how companies can be greener in their day-to-day life without falling into the greenwashing pit or spending millions on sustainability plans. All of the tips are tried and tested in Paysera, as we truly believe that when it comes to the Earth and ecology – every little helps. 

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Paysera unveils its brand new logo!

Big news! Today, after 8 years, we are proud to present the first and the core element of the new Paysera identity – the new logo. This logo change reflects our vision of moving towards the super app and marks a new start for the company – a fresher, more modern look that carries a message. It is also the first of many other exciting brand updates we're rolling out in the coming months and into next year. 

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Paysera celebrates Women’s Day with a 50/50 diversity score!

While the global fintech industry is sounding the alarm about a lack of diversity in the industry, Paysera celebrates Women’s Day by being loud and proud about its statistics. As of this year, more than half of the positions in Paysera are held by female employees. Keep on reading to find out more

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What will it be like to work at Paysera in 2022?

When working at Paysera, we all contribute to building a pleasant and engaging working environment. And the number of new initiatives for our employees is about to grow more in 2022. Keep an eye on our open positions and continue reading to find out what we are up to this year! 

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New year – new career! TOP vacancies in Paysera 2022

New year – is a great time for a career change. See what vacancies Paysera is looking to fill as we head to 2022. 

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Paysera offers widescale support in Arabic! 

On December 18, the world celebrates Arabic Language day. With thousands of clients from the Arab world, Paysera too wants to congratulate everyone and showcase all the useful content we have in Arabic. So bare with us, or as they say in Arabic – let’s go! 

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Paysera celebrates its 17th birthday! Read the interview with the team

Birthdays for companies are not that different from those that we celebrate as people. Only 17 years for a person marks still very much a rebellious and early stage. Whereas for a company – 17 years is a sign of maturity, experience, and stability. This year we decided to mark this beautiful occasion by giving a voice to those who stand behind this now mature and fairly well-known name – Paysera. Below you will find a brief interview with a small part of the Paysera team. So, keep on reading 👇

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Paysera confirms workations to Mexico and Cape Verde!

After a long break from travelling, Paysera confirms its upcoming workation destinations for 2021 – tens of our employees will soon go to work and travel in Mexico and Cape Verde. Join the Paysera team and become part of the upcoming trips!

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Paysera takes off to visit all its offices around the world. On foot

Recently, Paysera partnered with the Walk15 step-counting app and set out to visit all of its 15 offices across the world. 

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Top 10 IT positions at Paysera

With the rapid expansion of Paysera into the global market – we are looking for some great minds and talents to join our team. This is an amazing opportunity for anyone who wants to work for an international fintech, with products that change and challenge the financial market, and are used by hundreds of thousands across the world. Ready to find your dream spot?

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Easter in Paysera offices across the world: From Bulgaria to Lithuania to the Philippines!

More than a third of the world is getting ready for the long-awaited Easter break, and so are we in the Paysera offices all over the world! The Paysera team is a diverse blend of people from different countries, religions, and cultures. We asked their representatives if they celebrate Easter, and if they do, then what is it that makes this holiday so special. Unfortunately, many traditions will be obstructed by the ongoing quarantines in different countries, however – the spirit of the holiday remains.

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2020: a rally which shook us, but reminded us about brakes

This should have been a year of economic prosperity, the Summer Olympic Games, and the beginning of a new decade. More travelling, more concerts, and even more tourists pouring into the old town of Vilnius. More pessimistic forecasts predicted a slight slow-down in the economy or, in an extreme case, an overheating economy. I remember that it raised concerns. And then the pandemic came.

Vytenis Morkūnas
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Fintechs and physical gold? They're compatible, especially now

Paysera’s co-founder and main shareholder shares his thoughts on the coexistence of two things which at first might appear incompatible – online fintechs and the physical gold market.

Kostas Noreika
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A brief history of Lithuanian fintechs

To mark Paysera’s 16th birthday, the company’s CEO Vytenis Morkūnas reviews the short yet rich history of fintechs in Lithuania. From the very first payment cards to the first attempts to trade physical gold online – all of it fits into a period spanning no more than 30 years.

Vytenis Morkūnas
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Will work from home become the new norm? 

Since the public health situation is improving, we can share our impressions about working from home already from our comfy office chairs with an unlimited supply of coffee. And yet we are still left wondering – is this it? Or will this working model now become the new norm?

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Remote work: is it a good time to start a new job?

For almost a month now we have been operating an international fintech from home. Nonetheless, the systems are up and running and we are looking for new people. So, if you ever wondered whether it’s a good time to change jobs – we confidently say YES.

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Everyone unites to fight the consequences of the quarantine

Since the quarantine was extended, more private businesses join forces and try to help not just their employees but also other people, medics, and NGOs in need. Paysera, too, steps in to ease the crisis.