As you start your business, you want to be certain that you’re making the right decisions when it comes to banking. Currently, over 85% of businesses are choosing to use digital banking channels to manage their finances. Why has this become such a popular choice?
1. It’s convenient
Running any kind of business can take up a lot of time, specifically startups, which is why you need a banking partner that offers powerful digital tools to help you easily accomplish day-to-day tasks and free up time better spent running your business.
When banking digitally, you’re able to access your funds anywhere, anytime as long as you have access to a computer or a mobile device. Having convenient access to your funds allows you to run your business seamlessly, wherever it may take you.
2. Modern businesses need modern solutions
Startups are all about the future, and the future is increasingly digital. Your business is bringing new innovation, so why shouldn’t your bank be innovative as well? If you want to move ahead of your competitors, you need the latest financial technology (fintech) to be backing you up. That’s why Grasshopper is always evolving our services with the latest fintech solutions to create a more innovative business banking experience.
3. Digital banks understand startups’ needs
When banking with a traditional bank, it’s easy to get lost in the crowd. When you choose to bank digitally, you’re able to get a more personalized experience from a financial institution that actually understands the ins and outs of the ecosystem you operate in. Grasshopper prides itself on having a client-first outlook of business banking, replacing the traditional one-size-fits-all approach with a suite of products and services tailored to specific industries, and a passionate team of experts with deep expertise in their fields.
Startups are constantly evolving, so they need a bank that can keep up. Going digital gives founders the ability to expand their business and sets them up for success. Opening Grasshopper’s Accelerator Checking account can take as little as 5 minutes, so why not sign up today?
By Michaela Lenahan in Startups