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Start your Business in the UK with Dan Rodgers & Launchese
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We solve these problems by moving your startup to the UK. This involves setting up a UK business entity, helping you find and introducing you to the right payment gateway, business banks and funding services.
We are different because we are online entrepreneurs and we know the problems you face.
If this is not possible, Launchese is partnered with several online banks that understand the nature of our customers' businesses. These banks will work with non-resident company directors and generally only require two types of verification - proof of identity and proof of address.
Some online banks may require that you have a residence in the UK or EU, however, Launchese will always be here to offer you the best possible solution for your business needs.
Most of our competitors will send you an affiliate link to banks and payment gateways and if you have any problems they don’t offer support. What Launchese does is walk you through every process to reduce the amount of risk you take and support you even after a successful launch. Launchese has been created by seasoned e-commerce and online entrepreneurs and we know the problems you are facing and the right solution.
We offer support for the life-time of your UK company. You can count on us to provide you with a full start to finish service.
Launchese has full Bookkeeping and Accounting services available to help you understand your obligations and prepare your books and taxes.
We work with Payoneer, Tide, Wise, Stripe, Paypal, Jeeves, ClearCo, Virgin Startups, Xero, Juni, AWS, AOP+, LightFunnels and more.
Most of our users can get a Stripe and Paypal account. But those companies have their own terms and conditions to accept new clients. Some certain businesses won’t be accepted by those companies. You can find the list on their website: https://stripe.com/en-gb/restricted-businesses