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Soldo Accepted Into Mayor’s International Business Programme ‘Go To Grow’

Soldo Accepted Into Mayor’s International Business Programme ‘Go To Grow’

London FinTech secures position on the initiative to identify and assist high growth, revenue-generating companies in the Capital

Soldo, the London-based FinTech solving the challenge of automating, delegating and controlling company spending, have secured a position on this year’s Go To Grow, a new programme of trade missions, mentoring, expert advice and real business opportunities for high-growth companies in the life sciences, technology and urban sectors.

Acceptance onto the programme follows a year of rapid expansion in the FinTech space with the company securing $11 million of Series A funding led by Accel, alongside significant product developments that have turned the Soldo account into a powerful tool that is totally transforming how businesses manage company spending by dramatically cutting the time and resources traditionally dedicated to reporting and reconciling company money.

Soldo is today attending the Cohort 9 launch of the Mayor’s International Business Programme at London Living Room. The programme is open explicitly to fast-growing companies in London. Tailored to fit specific international growth ambitions, Soldo has been accepted at a pivotal point in the progress of their development.

A bespoke growth and support scheme is delivered by some of the country’s top entrepreneurs and business leaders, accompanied by expert advice and workshops, targeted trade missions and access to live leads and opportunities through on-the-ground support in key global markets.

Soldo Founder and CEO, Carlo Gualandri, said of the programme: “We are very much looking forward to the opportunities available through The Mayor’s International Business Programme, Go To Grow. London has become a powerhouse for financial technology, renowned across the globe for innovation. Soldo is a fantastic example of a product that is totally changing the way both enterprises and SMEs manage their money and we’re excited to spread the good news through Go To Grow.”

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