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Launching Start Ups UK

Many companies will claim to be experts at launching start ups in the UK, but very few have the experience we do when it actually comes to helping them set up here.

As well as helping big name brands like Clas Ohlson & Lindex enter the UK market, Goodwille support hundreds of smaller companies take a share of their sector in the UK.

Goodwille have supported the market entry of brands like iZettle, Readly & Widespace, all of whom were relatively juvenile at the time of their UK launch.

In 2016 Goodwille were a chosen expert of the Start Up Guide London, a book targeting entrepreneurs, start ups, incubators and accelerators from around the world.

The reason is simple as to why start ups choose Goodwille to help them launch in the UK. It’s our experience, our understanding of their business model, and our solution offering real value to their business.

Goodwille are a chosen service provider of SUP46, one of Europe’s leading start up hubs and communities.

Who We Launched In The UK

  • iZettle
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    A leading player in FinTech, the Swedish company iZettle, was always aiming for global success. With the UK being a priority market for many tech startups, iZettle decided to enter one of Europe’s biggest markets in 2012 – so they asked Goodwille for help.
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  • Widespace
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    Europe’s market leader in mobile advertising, Widespace are growing faster than their market niche. First place in Swedens “Technology Fast 50” by Deloitte. Want to read how this tech powerhouse arrived in the UK? There’s some very good growth.
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  • Readly
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    859 magazine titles covering 11,954 issues (and increasing), all accessible from your app, on the go, anywhere in the world. The cutting edge of the digital magazine revolution and winner of “App of the Year” at the PPA Digital Awards. They launched into the UK with the help of Goodwille. Want to hear how they did it? It’s a good read.
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