Children aged six to 18 can learn how to manage their pocket money thanks to a digital-age solution developed by this London firm. GoHenry issues prepaid Visa debit cards for kids that are topped up by parents via an app. Parents can opt to receive alerts when children make purchases in shops and online, impose spending limits and set up financial rewards for carrying out chores. The app shows children how much they are spending and saving. Under chief executive Alex Zivoder, 53, sales — primarily comprised of membership fees — hit £6.1m in 2017. It launched in America earlier this year.

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Company details
Year2018
Rank8
CompanygoHenry
ActivityChildren's pre-paid card developer
LocationCentral London
Average 3 year sales growth200.87%
Latest sales £000s*6,116
Staff61
Founded2010
Websitewww.gohenry.co.uk

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