Doing business around the world and even locally can be a challenge. Businesses often need to invoice, take payments on the spot, share or acquire banking information to send or accept payments, and the entire process of getting paid and doing business can be time consuming and costly. The world is changing though and people want solutions that give them freedom, put more money in their pocket, and make doing business globally easy.
Prodoge is a new solution for freelancers, individuals, and small businesses that provides the tools and a marketplace to do business with anyone in the world. Prodoge is like LinkedIn combined with Amazon and Square in one mobile solution and is now growing in over 100 countries. There’s really nothing else like it.
SourceForge recently spoke with Julian Kopald, Head of Product at Prodoge, to discuss doing business around the world, cryptocurrencies, and freedom.
Q: First and foremost, can you please share with us a brief overview of your company? When was Prodoge established and what are your goals? Who are the brains behind the company?
Q: What industries do you serve and who are your current customers?
Q: What exactly is different about the Prodoge marketplace versus Amazon, Alibaba, or eBay?
Q: Prodoge allows merchants to accept credit or debit cards and cryptocurrencies. How did you choose what currencies to support?