European mobile bank N26 has announced the launch of N26 Business, the account for freelancers and the self-employed
Customers will be able to use one account to navigate both their business and private finances as well as coming with the normal N26 features along with a business MasterCard.
N26 Business is available in all markets for those who are self-employed and is the first step into the business segment for the specialist mobile bank.
“With N26 Business we bring our unique N26 mobile experience to freelancers and self-employed,” said Valentin Stalf, founder and CEO of N26.
“We help them to fully focus on their business, while saving costs for a traditional business account, which may add up to a few hundred euros per year.
“More business specific features will follow later this year.”
New customers can sign up paperless for the product within eight minutes.
For more information, visit N26’s website.
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