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This startup solved its Indian tech talent challenge by looking towards Eastern Europe.

An Indian entrepreneur was facing a problem hiring the right talent for his Singapore-based fintech startup. He looked towards an unlikely location. While the idea has worked, it does mean managing teams spread across geographies and substantial investment in advanced workflow-collaboration technology for seamless operations.
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By Prajit Nanu When I set up InstaReM in Singapore in 2014, I knew that as a digital cross-border financial infrastructure player, we should be location agnostic. However, given India’s vast talent pool it made sense for some operations and technology resources to be based out of the country. When we set out to establish an operations office (not
truly has value and it is something we will keep pursuing actively. Our decision to be location agnostic has helped us attract some of the best talent, thereby enabling us to serve our customers more efficiently. (Prajit Nanu is the co-founder of InstaReM, south-east Asia’s largest cross-border digital-payments company with a network of 8,000 banks in 55 countries.)
By Prajit Nanu When I set up InstaReM in Singapore in 2014, I knew that as a digital cross-border financial infrastructure player, we should be location agnostic. However, given India’s vast talent pool it made sense for some operations and technology resources to be based out of the country. When we set out to establish an operations office (not truly has value and it is something we will keep pursuing actively. Our decision to be location agnostic has helped us attract some of the best talent, thereby enabling us to serve our customers more efficiently. (Prajit Nanu is the co-founder of InstaReM, south-east Asia’s largest cross-border digital-payments company with a network of 8,000 banks in 55 countries.)

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