Fliss started out as a professional musician (trombone...the neighbours loved it!) and after several years of playing classical music with orchestras she decided she wanted a job where she wouldn't have to worry about money, so she went to law school in the evenings and re-trained to become a solicitor.
Fliss worked for several years in law firms as a corporate and commercial lawyer with City firms, and moved into a company to be their lawyer in 2013. She worked for a company that ran all the payment systems in the UK - helping people pay their bills, get paid their salaries and pay each other back for stuff. She then became the Head of Legal, Regulatory and Corporate Governance for the online and mobile payment system in the UK specifically, called Faster Payments and Paym (you may have seen these types of payments named on your bank statement).
Following this, in 2018 She co-founded a FinTech (a financial technology startup - small and quickly growing business), called Ordo, that makes getting paid easy. Ordo's highly secure, cloud based, open banking enabled payments platform provides businesses with low cost, secure and easy to use payment solutions, for eCommerce, Point of Sale and invoice payments direct from their customer’s bank accounts into their own bank accounts. She run the legals, regulatory, policy, commercial and marketing for Ordo, and is 1 of 5 co-founders that run the vision and direction of the business together. They've been live nearly two years and have thousands of businesses who have used Ordo to get paid around £5 million