Go-Float becomes Elva

Go-Float becomes Elva

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Go Float becomes Elva: Following our merger with Lowermycharges and a successful Seedrs funding round, we have now rebranded and launched as Elva. We are ready to help your employees deal with financial bumps in the road and builds long-term financial wellbeing.

Go Float becomes Elva. The rebrand coincides with a huge overhaul of our financial-wellbeing service offering; which now includes tailored financial education programmes and coaching, financial wellbeing advice for employers to work with their employees, and a range of products from salary advance to Credit Union savings and loans – all delivered via an app.

Patrick Leahy, Founder of Elva comments:

“Rather than just listing what we offer for people to choose where to go and what to see, we are using analytics to identify the needs of each user which then tailor’s their experience in the app to fit them. For example, someone approaching retirement will see more information and advice about taking retirement, planning for it etc. However, a first-time employed 18 year old does not need this type of education yet.

The app addresses the fact that financial and financial wellness is so broad and detailed, it needs to be curated for the individual in order for them to get the most out of it.”

Elva also offers a 1 to 1 financial health-check with a financial adviser for all employees which can be arranged through the app.

The unique offering is the result of merging two companies’ offerings within the financial wellbeing service area and combining this knowledge to provide a single, coherent service to employers and their employees.

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