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Product Management Jobs

At Penta we're on a mission to simplify business banking, allowing business owners to focus on the things they really love. They can open a bank account online in minutes, get debit cards for employees, send affordable foreign transfers and easily integrate their accounting solution into Penta.


At Penta we're on a mission to simplify business banking, allowing business owners to focus on the things they really love. They can open a bank account online in minutes, get debit cards for employees, send affordable foreign transfers and easily integrate their accounting solution into Penta.


We are proud to be the leading online food delivery marketplace in Continental Europe and Israel. Ever since we started back in 2000, our passion has been connecting hungry consumers with great restaurants through our platform. And we’re a big, international company. But, in a way, we’re also still a startup.


Empowering a healthier you is what drives us at Vivy. With everything we do, we want to turn health into a holistic and insightful experience around our user. By creating a personal digital health assistant as a mobile app we want to transform users from being passive patients to proactive individuals that take charge of their own health.


Smunch is a fast growing food-tech startup in the heart of Berlin – we are on a mission to make it easy for companies to provide healthy, mindful food for their employees and thus to bring teams together. We live by the simple belief that eating well is a key to happier life.


We are one of Europe’s fastest growing start-ups! We build and run marketplaces focused on emerging markets in the auto sector. Our motivation is to increase the efficiency of these markets through technology and infrastructure creation. We offer a safe, fair and fast solution to the underserved industry of selling used cars in frontier economies.

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