Brex is possibly the best card for startups and remote companies. I’ve created a video showing you the exact breakdown of how we use this credit card inside of Time Doctor and Running Remote. I share what our monthly spend is and how much we save with this awesome credit card.
Brex was founded by Henrique Dubugras and Pedro Franceschi, two engineers who previously founded Pagar.me, one of the largest payment processors in Brazil with over $1.5 billion in GMV. Brex is backed by the co-founders of PayPal (Max Levchin and Peter Thiel), Y Combinator, Ribbit Capital, Yuri Milner, and Carl Pascarella (former CEO of Visa).
If you make this card your company’s exclusive corporate card, the earnings become quite tempting.
Besides the rewards, theres a list of perks offered that include:
- $5,000 in Amazon Web Services credit
- $150 in Google AdWords
- 15% off your first six months at WeWork (not quite the free membership from AMEX)
- 25% off Salesforce
- 40% off Hubspot
- and more…
Stack up all the perks, value of their rewards and earning bonuses and now a lot of other business cards begin to struggle to compete.
My In-Depth Brex Credit Card Review
Here’s all the fine print, with a comparison to terms and options of other top business credit cards:
Our referral link where you get $500 for signing up (if you spend over $1000 on the card) https://brex.com/signup?rc=BdiLu6B
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