Ethiopian Airlines expands partnership with Paysafe across Europe

Ethiopian Airlines has expanded its partnership with Paysafe into eleven additional countries across Europe. This development in the relationship between the two companies will see more of the airline’s customers having the option to pay for flights using Skrill, NETELLER, and Rapid Transfer, powered by Paysafe. The extended partnership follows an initial collaboration between Ethiopian Airlines and Paysafe... Continue Reading →

Wyelands Bank completes USD 12 mln trade finance deal

UK-based Wyelands Bank has announced completing USD 12 mln trade finance deal with supplier Canon Garth. The facility will help the global peanut supplier to trade, grow and create jobs. It will also help to eliminate the working capital gap and enable the firm to complete more orders. Wyelands Bank partners with small and medium businesses, providing... Continue Reading →

Karachi Bakery targeted in Bengaluru, asked to change its name

The incident comes over a week after the Pakistan-backed Pulwama terror attack in which 40 CRPF jawans were killed. BENGALURU: Tension gripped Indiranagar, a tony locality off MG Road, after miscreants targeted Karachi Bakery in the area, objecting to the outlet's name, on Friday night. The incident comes over a week after the Pakistan-backed Pulwama terror attack in which 40... Continue Reading →

TikTok: The world’s most valuable startup that you’ve never heard of

Anticipation has long been building about the impending takeover of the tech world by Chinese digital giants like Alibaba, Tencent, Baidu, and JD. Efforts so far, however, have been largely disappointing. The most popular messaging app in the West is WhatsApp, not WeChat; people use PayPal, not Alipay, for digital payments; Google dominates the search... Continue Reading →

Aussie entrepreneurs turn to China for investment

Some Australian entrepreneurs are willing to go further than others in the search for funding to get their business ideas off the ground. A contingent of Australian entrepreneurs and small business owners in July will travel to China to meet investors and partners who are keen to support innovative new ventures Down Under. Led by... Continue Reading →

Email startup wants to reward customers for engaging with marketing campaigns

Retailers in recent years have gained access to a growing number of tools to improve their email marketing campaigns. They can automate messages to prevent missed opportunities, personalise content to ensure relevance and tap into artificial intelligence-driven insights to reduce workload. But they still face a fundamental problem: getting customers to open, or even see, their... Continue Reading →

States investing millions in startups, innovation

The Victoria and NSW governments have each announced major initiatives to support startups and foster innovation in their state. The NSW government yesterday announced a partnership with Atlassian to create a new technology and innovation hub in the CBD, between Central Station and Eveleigh Station. The hub is meant to become the “Silicon Valley” of Australia, serving as... Continue Reading →

Sydney incubator offers soft landing for Asian startups looking Down Under

The list of Australian retailers selling online in China and other countries in Asia is long, thanks to the advent of online marketplaces, such as Alibaba’s Tmall and, and global nature of e-commerce. But increasingly, Asian companies are looking to set up shop in Australia. They include a handful of retail companies, including the aforementioned... Continue Reading →

Google Pay to release its digital wallet service in Israel

Google has shared its plans to launch Google Pay digital wallet platform and online payment system in Israel. According to Haaretz, the company has been undertaking a round of meetings with regulators, bank executives, credit card companies, and financial-technology startups in the country. Google Pay enables shoppers to pay for goods and services online or in... Continue Reading →

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