Pedro Franceschi and Henrique Dubugras have spent almost all their free time in learning to code and enhancing it different from the kids who spent their past time playing around.
Pedro Franceschi was the first person to break the restrictions of iPhone 3G, and he was the first to build software to make Apple Siri’s virtual assistant speak in Portuguese. On the other hand, Henrique Dubugras was merely just 12 years old when he started coding and programming self-made video games for himself.
Both of the entrepreneurs met each other on Twitter from where they first decided to begin their multi venture working partnership. They started Brazil’s first developer-friendly cost processor, Pagar. Me which raised almost $30 million.
They failed out of Stanford College after eight consecutive months and commenced Brex, which was a startup that provided tech startups company playing cards. Later on both Pedro Franceschi and Henrique Dubugras which they grew into a unicorn in two and a half years as a whopping $2.6 billion value of the corporate’s current fundraising spherical.
The pair was rapid even by Silicon Valley standards which were dropping out of Standford was almost like a cliché. Brex, which had found two years ago, had become one of the most top leading and fastest American companies that could ever reach a multibillion-dollar valuation target. It also joined the ranks of startups like Uber Technologies Inc and scooter unicorns Lime and Bird Rides Inc. To begin with, something so big is not everyone’s cup of tea.