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Inviting another business owner to the Business app

If your business is a Company with multiple directors, you can invite them to use the Business app.

Shared access to the business bank accounts is handy, but having directors in the app also provides a smoother, faster process when applying for loans and finance.

How to invite another business owner

If you’re the first director to use the Business app, you need to set up your business’s profile. Enter all your own details, and just follow the prompts. Once done, you can invite your other company directors to join. Here’s how:

  1. Choose the business owner to invite from the ‘Business Owners’ page.
  2. Enter their email address and they’ll be sent an invite code.
  3. The other business owner downloads the Business app and creates their own account with an email address and password. They’ll then get their own unique customer ID.
  4. After signing in, there will be a prompt for “Have an invite code?” on the main screen. Enter the invite code received from the invitation email to connect the two business owner’s accounts to the one Business profile.
  5. The invited business owner then will need to complete their profile with their personal details. Once verified, they’ll have access to the business’s accounts.

Need help?

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