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“It was really simple to apply and quick to get the cards. Neat in that sense really helped us get started, so we didn’t have to concern ourselves with the petty things like whose card am I going to use to pay this time. And with Neat I know that the transactions are recorded in the app, so I don’t have to collect receipts either.”

Ankit Suri

Co-Founder and CEO, Planto

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Time Auction is a charity platform that allows people to trade volunteer hours for the chance to meet movers and shakers. They needed a better way to pay for expenses than using Fion's personal credit card – when they found Neat.

Fion Leung

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Charis is a freelance developer, the organiser and owner of, and Neat's first business customer. Read on to hear how she launched Hong Kong's most popular website conference from scratch.

Charis Rooda

Organiser and Owner,

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After going to 2 traditional banks and finding the process frustrating, the team found Neat.

Hacene Taibi

Co-founder and CEO, BistroChat

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SuperCharger is Asia’s leading FinTech Accelerator. The Neat corporate cards help SuperCharger manage the company expenses of their global team.

Viola Chen

Catalyst, SuperCharger Fintech Accelerator

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It turned out that Kirill’s greatest obstacle so far in building his business was opening a business bank account—especially as a foreigner in Hong Kong.

Kirill Runkov

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When he came across Neat, it seemed like an excellent alternative to a bank. He liked its simplicity, and the fact that his banking was entirely online—just like his business.

Dom Wells


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Aiming to make the financial world a better place, Polish entrepreneur Pawel Kuznicki founded Capital Match in 2014.

Pawel Kuznicki

CEO, Capital Match

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Billy found that Neat was fast-paced—just like his rapidly-expanding non-profit—so he was able to shift his focus from administration to growing the reach of YFS in Asia.

Billy Naveed

Founder & CEO, Young Founders School