Ukrainian startup GoSolo secures £800k from Grammarly co-founders
21 April, 2022, 15:35
GoSolo, a fintech startup founded by Ukrainian Dmytro Pimakhov, has raised funding from British funds. The £800,000 round was led by co-founders Grammarly, Forbes reports.
- GoSolo is a digital toolkit that simplifies starting and running a company. It helps quickly register a company in the UK, get a virtual address for business correspondence in London, and an account for payments together with a card.
- Grammarly co-founders, Max Lytvyn and Alex Shevchenko, led the GoSolo round. They were joined by funds from SFC Capital, Menlo, and several top executives from the startup Stripe.
- GoSolo launched its product in early April 2022 and has already gained several thousand customers.
- Dmytro Pimakhov, the founder of GoSolo, expects that startups, inventors, and marketplace merchants will use his service.