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Capital on Tap's Products & Differentiation
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Business Credit Card
The best credit card for small businesses.
When was Capital on Tap founded?
Capital on Tap was founded in 2012.
Where is Capital on Tap's headquarters?
Capital on Tap's headquarters is located at No.1 London Bridge, London.
What is Capital on Tap's latest funding round?
Capital on Tap's latest funding round is Line of Credit - IV.
How much did Capital on Tap raise?
Capital on Tap raised a total of $1.358B.
Who are the investors of Capital on Tap?
Investors of Capital on Tap include Triple Point Investment Management, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., HSBC, Varde Partners, Atalaya Capital Management and 6 more.
Who are Capital on Tap's competitors?
Competitors of Capital on Tap include Ramp and 5 more.
What products does Capital on Tap offer?
Capital on Tap's products include Business Credit Card.
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