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Startup NameSmart Pensions Ltd
What problem are you solving?Solving the burden of auto enrolment registration and compliance.
What is your solution?Smart Pension was founded by experienced finance & technology professionals and has been designed specifically to support UK businesses faced with the challenges of auto enrolment.
Target MarketHuman resources, finance directors, company directors.
How will you make money?Subscriptions/Advertisement
Tell us about the market & founders, why is this a great opportunity?Andrew Evans, Chief Exec: Andrew has held a number of Managing Director roles in UK banks in pensions, banking & asset management, with experience running portfolios & transactions totalling many billions of pounds. Andrew realised that SMEs require a simple, quick & cost effective solution to auto enrolment, with a robust underlying financial product. Smart Pension is the answer.Will Wynne, Managing Director. Will started his career with 5 successful years in The City then moved online, joining eBay UK & helping drive explosive UK growth. Will later set up one of the UK\’s most successful online flowers & gifts businesses, in so doing experiencing many of the pains of a typical small business. Will enjoys making online businesses work fast & efficiently, to the benefit of all.
Founders NamesCarl Robertson
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Websitewww.autoenrolment.co.uk
Twitter Handle@smartpensionuk
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