Business entities hold information about customer businesses. They're sub-entities of customers.
Businesses store information that you need when working with a business rather than an individual. They're always created against a customer entity.
You can create as many addresses as you like against a customer — useful for billing companies with different legal entities.
Businesses hold information like:
- What the company is called
- Company number and tax number
- Who should be contacted at the company
You don't need to create a business to bill a customer. You only need one when working with a business.
Learn how to create a complete customer with a related address and business. See: Work with customers
Unique Paddle ID for this business entity, prefixed with
Name of this business.
Company number for this business.
Tax or VAT Number for this business.
Whether this entity can be used in Paddle.
List of contacts related to this business, typically used for sending invoices.
Full name of this contact.
Email address for this contact.
RFC 3339 datetime string of when this entity was created. Set automatically by Paddle.
RFC 3339 datetime string of when this entity was updated. Set automatically by Paddle.
Your own structured key-value data.