Tuesday May 13, 2014 by Dave Gerhardt - Founder, Tech in Boston
Welcome to our second episode of Tech in Boston on VentureFizz!
Plastiq is a startup in Boston founded by two Harvard grads that allows you to use your credit card for things that you normally can’t, like paying your landlord for rent or paying college tuition. They are one of the companies doing something interesting that is really flying under the radar in Boston right now.
Completely free for businesses to accept, Plastiq charges a discounted rate to the cardholder, who in return gets the convenience, flexibility and rewards of using a credit card.
Sasha is responsible for building relationships with the major credit card companies and payment networks, and came to Plastiq after working as an investment banker at Goldman Sachs in San Francisco.
She’s been involved with just about everything in the tech and startup community since landing in Boston two years ago, including the MITX Future Leaders Group, The Startup Institute, Techstars, General Assembly & more.
In this episode, Sasha talks about: