Open your startup business account online

Scale as you grow with our startup business account

  • Use online and in-person payment options
  • Send, hold, and receive multiple currencies
  • Manage expenses as you scale
  • Get physical and virtual debit cards

Tried, tested, and trusted by businesses of all sizes

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  • 17K

    new businesses monthly

  • 25+

    currencies supported

  • 130K

    cards issued monthly

  • 100

    countries supported for payments

Take your new business further

Pay and get paid all around the world. Send and receive funds, and exchange them at the interbank rate¹ — so you can scale up easily.

Transfer near or far, at speedSave time and money with fast local and international transfers across 100+ countries.
One account for your currenciesReceive, hold, and exchange 25+ currencies. Get unlimited incoming transfers in GBP, EUR, USD, and CHF.
Exchange at great ratesBuy and sell currencies at the interbank rate¹, directly from your Business account — so you save time, and money, on every exchange.
Accept payments from anywhereNo matter your local currency, accept and hold payments in up to 25+ currencies. We won’t exchange payments unless you ask us to.

¹Within plan allowance. Interbank rate applies during market hours. Weekend fees may apply.

Manage startup expenses from the palm of your hand

Spend how and when you want to with cards, custom spending rules, and automated accounting. Add new accounts for individual team members as you grow.

  1. Make spending, stress-free

    Decide who can spend what and where with custom rules. Track company spend in real time so you always have oversight of where your money’s going.

  2. Simplify your financial reporting

    Remove the worry of lost receipts with automated expenses. Categorise and match expenses to card transactions in a fraction of the time it’d normally take you.

  3. Take charge with cards

    Reduce the risk of losing shared cards or sharing financial info. Issue secure physical debit or virtual cards to your team, wherever they are, in a few clicks.

Work with the tools that work best for you

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  1. Link and sync your data

    Cut out tedious admin and eliminate human error. Simply connect your existing apps to your Business account to easily automate manual tasks, like paying salaries or suppliers.

  2. Take payments the way you want to

    Process online and in-person payments fast using our range of tools. Help customers check out in 1 click with Revolut Pay, or take card and mobile payments on the go with Revolut Reader.

  3. Save with Rewards you’ll actually use

    Delve into discounts, free trials, and rewards from leading brands. Save money on platforms you already use, or ones you’ll need as you grow your startup.

Stay safe with our anti-fraud system

We keep your card details safe, flag suspicious transactions, and ask for extra verification to protect you. Our cards are 3D Secure and our contactless card limits help fight fraud.

See what our customers say

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  • Yves Benchimol, CEO • WeWard“We have USD flowing into our account, and EUR flowing out. With Revolut Business, we can just convert when we need to, and the UX and price are both great, it's just so simple.”
  • Muhammad Ali Sadiq, Finance Manager• Incenti“It's so easy to execute transfers on Revolut Business compared to other services, we easily save around £3,000 every month on bank fees. Our business has grown 146% in the last year”
  • Ashraf Sarawi, CEO& Founder • SimSem Travel"As a startup our challenge was to open a business account without presenting endless documents to the bank. Revolut Business cuts out all the unnecessary steps. Paying freelancers and receiving payments has never been so easy."

Plans for every startup

From taking international payments to keeping expenses under control, your Revolut Business account is packed with tools to help you on every step of your business journey.

Startup business account FAQs

  • Startup business accounts are aimed at new businesses. They help startups manage their finances by separating business transactions from personal ones. Startup business accounts include features like expense tracking, invoicing, and integrations with accounting software, which are essential for managing the unique financial needs of a new business.
  • If you’re choosing a business account for your startup, here’s what to look out for:
    • Monthly fees: look for an account with affordable monthly fees (especially important for startups with limited budgets)
    • Transaction limits: make sure the account offers the right transaction limits for your business activities
    • Features and integrations: evaluate the features offered, such as expense tracking, invoicing, and integrations with other business tools
    • Accessibility: consider the ease of accessing your account, both online and through mobile apps
    • Customer support: reliable customer support can be crucial for resolving issues quickly
    Revolut Business offers a variety of plans tailored to meet a startup’s every need, providing flexibility and a range of features to support your growing business.
  • For startups, the Revolut Business Basic or Grow plans are ideal choices:
    • Basic Plan: starts at £0 per month, and includes essential features to get your startup off the ground.
    • Grow Plan: starts at £19 per month, paid annually. It includes all Basic plan features, plus increased transfer allowances, bulk payments, Savings, Analytics, API access, and more.
    Check out our range of Business plans on our pricing page.
  • A startup is typically a newly established business focused on rapid growth and scalability, often in the tech or innovation sectors. Startups usually aim to disrupt markets with new products or services. Small businesses, on the other hand, are generally more established, with a stable customer base and steady growth. Small businesses often operate in traditional industries, and focus on maintaining consistent operations rather than rapid expansion.
  • Opening a Revolut Business account for your new business is quick and easy:
    1. Fill out a short online form — it only takes 10 minutes
    2. We’ll review your business account application
    3. If you’re approved, your account will be set up and you’ll be ready to go
    You'll need to provide some information on your business to complete your application. Find out more about the documents you may need to provide.
  • The Revolut Reader is ideal for startups needing to take payments in person. It’s available for a one-time fee of £49, and supports all major payment methods, including chip-and-pin and contactless payments, so you can accept payments quickly and efficiently. Learn more about Revolut Reader.
  • A Revolut Business account is packed full of features, tailored to the needs of startups:
    • Cost-effective plans: choose from plans with affordable subscriptions
    • Multi-currency accounts: hold, exchange, and transfer funds in multiple currencies
    • Expense management: track and manage expenses easily
    • Payment solutions: accept payments online and in-person with Revolut Pay and Revolut Reader
    • Integrations: seamlessly sync with accounting and business tools
    • Card & team management: issue and control debit cards for your team, set permissions, and track spending
    • Rewards: save on the tools you already use, with discounts on business software including Slack, Sage, QuickBooks, Remote, and more.
  • To open a Revolut Business account, you’ll need to meet the following requirements:
    • Your company must be fully incorporated and active
    • Your company must be registered in an eligible country
    • Your company's legal form shouldn't be a charity, operate in the public sector, act as a cooperative, or be registered as sole traders (all legal forms will be listed for your jurisdiction during signup. If you don't find your legal form listed, unfortunately we can't support your company at the moment)
    • Your company doesn’t operate in unsupported industries
    • Your current legal home address should be in UK, Switzerland, or EEA