SpendAble is a debit card program pioneering smart and secure payments for people with disability and older people. The company gives people with intellectual disabilities the independence to spend their own money and reduces risk for service providers.
Reece Miller came up with the idea of SpendAble about three years ago when he was running another startup in the disability sector. He now works with a team of seven, who are all passionate about Reece’s vision and see the value in fixing a fraught cash-based system that disability support workers currently use.
Reece is originally from Melbourne, has a Bachelor of Applied Science from RMIT University and is a self-proclaimed workaholic. He enjoys disappearing for a week or two every now and again to completely switch off, relax and reset with his family.
Josh is SpendAble’s Head of Customer and Growth. He is originally from Sydney and relocated to Melbourne in 2020. When Reece approached him about joining SpendAble, he jumped at the opportunity. Josh has an experienced background in Marketing and is keen to use this skill set to create a social impact and make a real difference to the community.
Gal is SpendAble’s Head of Customer Success and met Reece at a hackathon. He studied Law in Israel and also has a background in Marketing. Fun fact: Gal worked for the Prime Minister in Israel!
Gal felt really passionate when Reece pitched SpendAble to him as he has a family member who is autistic. He loves listening to startup success podcasts and he’s been playing the guitar since he was seven years old.