December 9th, 2016

Goodwille Partner with Start-up Guide London

Professional service provider Goodwille share valuable information in the latest Startup Guide, London. Filled with case-studies, expert advice, insights, interviews and local tips, the Startup Guide is essential reading for anyone interested in starting up a business in London.

With the aim to inspire and empower entrepreneurs to be more successful at starting and growing businesses in the city the guide covers inspirational startups, accelerators, incubators, support programmes, co-working spaces, service providers, scene and important information on how to live and work as an entrepreneur in London.

With over 2,000 start-ups, 30 accelerators and 48,000 people employed in the digital economy, London is the beating heart of the European startup scene. Goodwille, offering back office solutions, has vast experiences in helping companies launch in the UK. Goodwille have supported close to two thousand international companies startup their business in the UK since 1997, making sure they are properly administered, managed and monitored. In the Startup Guide London Goodwille offers readers their best tips and tricks, a few Do’s and Don’ts and shares mistakes they often see companies slip up on.

“British business culture seems straightforward but there are a lot of nuances and red tape.” – Svend Littauer, COO, Goodwille.

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has written the foreword to the guide, praising London’s fast-growing, diverse and international startup scene.

“I’m passionate about supporting digital technology and innovation, and I am committed to doing everything that I can to share the message that London is Open with the world’s brightest minds and best ideas. We will do everything possible to help our tech sector to flourish, and I hope to see many more great tech companies and entrepreneurs coming to London to start and grow their businesses.”

The Startup Guide London is the seventh city guide produced by self-publishing company Startup Everywhere. Other cites been covered is Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm and Lisbon, for example.

To get the Startup Guide London – Click here.