Fintech unicorn Revolut launches US business accounts for ambitious SMBs 🚀

Hanna Karolina Johansson

 · 04/26/2021  · 04/26/2021

The $5.5b financial super app is bringing its business accounts to the US

In 2017, Revolut’s co-founders Nikolay Storonsky and Vlad Yatsenko decided to disrupt business banking. Now, the financial super app with over 15 million customers worldwide, is celebrating its one-year anniversary in the US with the announcement of a major milestone – the launch of Revolut Business in all 50 states.

After successful roll-outs across Europe amassing over 500k sign-ups globally, Revolut is bringing its innovative business accounts to the US.

The financial super app lets companies sign-up for multi-currency accounts in minutes, get company cards for teams, make money transfers in 28 currencies at no cost to pay suppliers, partners or employees overseas, and all at the interbank exchange rate with no hidden fees.

“Especially during the pandemic, we’re excited to empower businesses across the US to take greater control of their financial health with the launch of Revolut Business,” Revolut co-founder and CEO, Nik Storonsky said. “Tackling fragmented processes, high fees, and other business banking pain points, we built an end-to-end solution that saves business owners time and resources to focus on what really matters – running their business.”  

As the world opens up again, Revolut Business is giving businesses the power, control and time they need to move forward. Joining Revolut business is quick and easy, and banking services are provided by Metropolitan Commercial Bank, Member FDIC. Until the end of April 2021, you’ll also get a one month no-cost trial on the two most popular accounts, Grow for businesses and Pro for Freelancers. Claim your no-cost trial [link] and start moving your business forwards.