Grão

img São Paulo, Brazil
11 - 50 employees
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Grão was born to change the relationship of Brazilians with their money. How will we do this? Creating the habit of SAVING. We want thousands of Brazilians to start saving a little at a time, that amount of coffee, small amounts that fit in each person's life. In addition, we will encourage people to get to know your financial life more and more with tips to turn money into your best friend. We are driven by challenges, willingness to undertake and help people to relate better with the money they earn. Together, we are the first micro-investment company in Brazil. Our big dream is to be the new savings for Brazilians - better, more modern and smarter! If you have an entrepreneurial soul and also believe that we can change the relationship between Brazilians and their money, join us!

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