myPOS, one of the fastest growing European payment providers was handed the Best POS Innovation/POS Software Payment Applications award for 2019 by the Merchant Payment Ecosystem (MPE) at a Gala Dinner ceremony in Berlin last night.
“Addict” in particular also sometimes handles business appointments instead of just salon visits, for example doing hair and make-up gigs for events on location. Even if the business was to get a terminal, chances are that it wouldn’t be a portable one, since those tend to be prohibitively expensive when issued by Bulgarian banks.
In 2008, 83% of people still owned a basic feature phone that was used almost exclusively for text messages and phone calls. A relatively short ten years later, and 78% had bought a smartphone that allowed them to surf the internet, play games, watch video, and far more. That same revolution is now beginning to play out in Point of Sale (POS) technology.
The service, first developed in 2016 as part of the online checkout integrations, has been improved to ensure seamless in-app integration. The myPOS in-app payments gateway accepts the most popular card schemes – VISA, Mastercard, UnionPay International, JCB, Bancontact – and will onboard more in the coming years.
It may seem that running a food place is a simple task – after all you can get food nearly everywhere and these places look like they can never go out of business. The truth, however, is rather different. Operating a restaurant has never been easy and to become great in this business you must offer impeccable services to every guest all the time.
Fintech entrepreneur Christo Georgiev, founder of European card and online payments provider myPOS, has announced his plans for new store expansion in Europe, set to begin in 2019. The company has had a busy time recently, launching a store in Milan and announcing further collaborations with Bancontact, JCB and iDEAL.
There’s no doubt that the world of taxi companies is very competitive. In every city or even town there are at least several taxi companies competing for a limited pool of customers. So to make it in this business you have to be nearly perfect – your cars must be new and tidy, you must be always on time picking up or dropping a customer off and you must also offer convenience when the moment for payment comes.
When Christo Georgiev was choosing a headquarters for his FinTech firm myPOS his shortlist had only one name on it: London. Christo is clear about the reasons for his choice: “Europe really has no answer to London, which is by some margin the most attractive city for a FinTech startup to locate in today….”