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We’re more than just a money app or an AI reading a bank balance. Cleo’s on a mission to help millions of people improve their financial health. And relate to them in a way their banks never could.

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Transparent salaries and career progression

Yep. Salary bands and progression frameworks are open source. You always know where you stand and where to focus.

Perks and benefits

We know it takes more than bean bags.

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Learning and development

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Mental health support

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Highly competitive compensation

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Agile working

How we Work

Our model is centered on autonomous, cross-functional squads focused on a specific goal or OKR, always with the mission of solving our users’ problems.

These small, multidisciplinary groups are Cleo’s backbone. They define their own goals and work toward them in the best way they see fit. A squad will usually be made up of:

  • Product managers

  • Frontend or Backend engineers

  • Designers

  • User researchers

  • Data scientists

  • Copywriters (Cleo is a chat-first product and we guard her tone of voice like a gd lioness.)

Life at Cleo blog

The latest learnings and happenings from the Cleo team, in their own words.

HOW CLEO PULLED OFF OUR BIGGEST MARKETING EXPERIMENT: Money Main Character, featuring our first-ever Chief Spending Officer
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Cleo's Biggest Marketing Experiment

Cleo just wrapped our first out-of-home multi-faceted marketing campaign, Money Main Character. It was a massive effort, involving multiple moving pieces that took place within a span of just two months. How did we accomplish this? Here’s a timeline and thoughts from our team

Life at Cleo Kevin Forde: Switching from UX Writer to Content Designer
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Switching it Up: From UX Writers to Content Designers

Over the past 3 years, we’ve seen a significant number of tech companies shift away from using “UX writer” (or content strategist) as a job title. Meta and Shopify are two examples of big tech companies making this change. ‍Kevin Forde describes how his team became "Content Designers"

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