Stripe Atlas rocks, but European founders should learn to drive before jumping into a sports car

Daniel Glazer weighs in on Stripe's Atlas program and the considerations European startup founders need to make before deciding to tackle the US market.
Stripe Atlas rocks, but European founders should learn to drive before jumping into a sports car

Many emerging companies considering expanding to the US have asked us about Stripe Atlas, Stripe’s new offering that cost-effectively combines Delaware incorporation, a taxpayer identification number (EIN), a Silicon Valley Bank account and integration with the Stripe payments network.

The concept is clever: the eased access it provides to a US bank account and to Stripe is welcome, and we heartily endorse providing initial set-up services to early-stage companies for relatively low fixed fees.

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