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Startup Series: Katherine McConnell, Brighte

Chris Titley

In the latest Morgans Startup Series, I spoke with Katherine McConnell, CEO and Founder of Brighte. Brighte believes that every family deserves access to a sustainable home and have built a platform to allow customers to purchase products via an easy to manage payment plan.

"I see us having a $3 billion loan book within 3 years...We've got a big plan, but it's certainly achievable."

Katherine talks about her journey from corporate to startup, the growth the company has seen thus far, their funding from Grok Ventures and their future plans to scale the business:

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Launched in 2015, the Morgans Startup Series is a collection of technology company interviews that form part of our commitment to working towards a dedicated and co-operative ecosystem to allow startup companies to prosper. You can access the full list of interviews we have conducted by clicking on the "Morgans Startup Series" link under 'Popular Topics' on the right hand side of this page. 

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