Join Guy Raz, creator of NPR’s top podcasts How I Built This and the TED Radio Hour as he interviews Mike Coscetta, Head of Global Sales at Square, on how company leaders built their brand – it’s a killer sales story.
In 2009, Square founders saw an opportunity. Small businesses were missing out on sales, so Square created a small, square credit card reader that allowed anyone to accept purchases on a mobile device. Now eight years later, Square continues to innovate, bringing the concept of peer-to-peer lending to new products like Square Cash and Square Capital, and to the food delivery and pick-up service Caviar. Find out how Square adapts its sales approach as it scales and expands globally, maintaining flexibility while still staying true to its initial goal to build a financial platform where everyone has access.