Monese, the globally-connected banking service, landed its Brexit Meteorite in London, Kings Cross, this week.
The meteorite is a light-hearted response to uncertainty and some
of the more extreme speculation on what life could be like on and after 29 March 2019.
Monese also delivers the serious message that, whatever happens, businesses should continue to strive to keep people connected to the rest of Europe.
In September, the UK was warned that it would be the last European country to know if there’s a
meteorite approaching earth, because it would have exited the European Union’s Space Surveillance and Tracking Programme.
Monese wants to bring that meteorite to earth just for one day.
Norris Koppel, Founder and CEO of Monese, says: “It is a time of great uncertainty here in the UK,
across Europe and beyond. We wanted to have our own light-hearted response to this uncertainty, but we also wanted to deliver a serious message. That message is, whatever happens, businesses should continue to strive to keep people connected to the rest of Europe. That’s what we’re doing at Monese.