GoDaddy Teams Up With Stripe For Small Business Sales

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GoDaddy announced on Thursday that it has partnered with Stripe to make it easier for small businesses to sell online.

The partnership will enable businesses to get instant credit approval, begin accepting credit card payments and access funds more quickly.

“We want to ensure we solve the critical pain points e-commerce merchants face when they build their online stores. Setting up payments is one of the important ones to solve and frankly, not well done by anyone,” said GoDaddy Head of Product, Presence and Commerce Sandeep Grover. “To that end, Stripe is a terrific option for our SMB customers looking to easily and effectively sell products and accept payments on their site. We’re pleased to count them as a partner.”

“You shouldn’t have to be a large enterprise to have a sophisticated payment infrastructure,” said Stripe President and Co-Founder John Collison. “We’re excited to be working with GoDaddy to deliver an elegant and simple way for SMBs to accept payments instantly.”

GoDaddy Online Store with Stripe will be available for small businesses in the UK, Ireland, Australia, Canada and the US this fall.

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