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Veem is a company that develops a platform enabling businesses to send and receive payments in local currency. The Company's platform allows businesses send or receive money, track their payments end-to-end, and connect to their accounting software.

TypePrivate
Founded2014
HQSan Francisco, US
Websiteveem.com
Employee Ratings3.5

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Employees (est.) (May 2019)141

Key People/Management at Veem

Marwan Forzley

Marwan Forzley

CEO, Co-Founder
Frederick Crosby

Frederick Crosby

Chief Revenue and Marketing Officer
Jay Hansen

Jay Hansen

General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer
Sheila James

Sheila James

VP of Operations
Jonas Edgeworth

Jonas Edgeworth

CTO
Olivier Veyrac

Olivier Veyrac

SVP Business Development
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Veem Office Locations

Veem has offices in San Francisco, Shanghai and Ottawa
San Francisco, US (HQ)
50 Osgood Pl, San Francisco
Ottawa, CA
135 Michael Cowpland Dr #300
Shanghai, CN
463 Tanggu Rd, SiChuan BeiLu, Hongkou Qu
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Veem Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Veem's latest funding round in September 2018 was reported to be $25 m. In total, Veem has raised $69.3 m
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Veem Operating Metrics

Veem's Customers was reported to be 100 k in Apr, 2019.
Oct, 2015Sep, 2018Feb, 2019Apr, 2019

Countries

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Customers

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Veem Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Acquired CompanyDateDeal Size
Veem Payments Inc.

Veem Online and Social Media Presence

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Veem News and Updates

Veem exports payments platform to Canada

Veem, a global payments company built for small businesses, announced it has extended its payments p...

Goldman invests in blockchain-based cross-border payments startup Veem

Blockchain-based cross border business payments startup Veem has raised $25 million in a strategic f...

Why the Latest Trade Deal With China May Harbinger a Kinder, Gentler Trump

In a 100-day action plan, the White House outlined new global trade rules. Many entrepreneurs see them as evidence that Trump is backing down from incendiary campaign promises.

Veem Blogs

Benefits of Outsourcing for Your Business

Many businesses don’t realize the benefits of outsourcing. On the other hand, small and mid-sized businesses might not have other options. They invest in outsourcing to save on labor costs and time, and for the expertise, where hosting certain resources and processes in-house isn’t possible. Althoug…

What the Apple antitrust case is all about

It hasn’t been the greatest month for Apple. In addition to the news that another round of proposed tariff increases could hike iPhone prices, the Supreme Court recently handed Apple a massive defeat in an antitrust case. In a 5-4 decision, the US Supreme Court voted to allow a longstanding antitrus…

Team building exercises: a guide for businesses

“There’s no I in team”. While the phrase’s exact origins are up for debate, its truth can’t be questioned. Teamwork requires compromise, humility, selflessness, and many other qualities not necessarily present in every human being. Luckily, teamwork can (and should) be taught. And unless your employ…

Cargocentric’s manifest for a simpler supply chain: A customer story

Jason Ting is the Director of Operations at Cargocentric, an international logistics company. Their work involves the physical movement of bulk freight from country to country, including government and border-compliance. The post Cargocentric’s manifest for a simpler supply chain: A customer story a…

How to grow your blog – top ten tips

Are you a business blogger who’s hoping to grow your blog’s readership? If you’re putting time and money into blogging for your business, you expect to see results. What’s the use of writing blog posts that don’t show any ROI? Your blog should work to improve traffic and leads that will impact your …

What it means to work in today’s gig economy

A couple of decades ago, the bulk of those in the workforce had some form of a traditional, full-time job. Whether working the 9-5 cycle or shift work, the common denominator among most jobs was stability. Fast forward to the present, and the workforce is looking vastly different. Millennials aren’t…
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Veem Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Veem founded?

    Veem was founded in 2014.

  • Who are Veem key executives?

    Veem's key executives are Marwan Forzley, Frederick Crosby and Jay Hansen.

  • How many employees does Veem have?

    Veem has 141 employees.

  • Who are Veem competitors?

    Competitors of Veem include Traxpay, WePay and Abra.

  • Where is Veem headquarters?

    Veem headquarters is located at 50 Osgood Pl, San Francisco, San Francisco.

  • Where are Veem offices?

    Veem has offices in San Francisco, Shanghai and Ottawa.

  • How many offices does Veem have?

    Veem has 3 offices.