Our Patron Member Goodwille, a family owned business built on commitment to quality and service celebrates 20 years as one of the leading providers of professional business services. With a vision to make international business easier Swedish business woman Annika Goodwille founded the company in 1997 offering a unique solution – all the advice and services you need from one company with unparalleled crossborder experience.
When first launching Goodwille, companies setting up a business in the UK would turn to firms of lawyers, accountants and bankers for advice, no one kept it all together under one roof. Goodwille changed that, offering professional business services covering five key departments; Corporate Legal, Finance, People Management, Payroll and Virtual Offices. Goodwille take care of all the headaches associated with running a business, so you can focus purely on business development.
Experts in supporting companies within the four areas Retail, Tech, Medical and Manufacturing the team at Goodwille has so far helped 1800 companies startup and run successfully their businesses in the UK. From startups like iZettle and Readly to big brands like Lindex, Clas Ohlsson and Björn Borg. Today, 20 years after the founding of Goodwille, Annika’s oldest son Alexander Goodwille has taken over the business as the company’s CEO.
A company’s 20th anniversary is certainly a milestone worth celebrating. To celebrate this anniversary Goodwille are hosting two events, one in London on 14th September and in Stockholm 21st September. The Stockholm event will include a seminar for 50 of Stockholm’s hottest start-ups from leading professionals at SUP46, Northzone, Trustly and Deliberate PR.
“We are celebrating both our legacy and our future. To be in business for 20 years is extremely gratifying and humbling.” – Alexander Goodwille, CEO
“To all of our employees, customers and partners who have been part of our first 20 years a heartfelt thank you. We are looking forward to continuing our tradition of quality and excellence for the next 20 years and more.” – Alexander Goodwille, CEO