Running a business is rough, everyone knows that. You need to carefully juggle the books, marketing, revenue/profits, investments, and of course running the actual business. When one mistake can put you under things can get really intense, and this goes double for small businesses which often struggle day-to-day.
2018 has brought a fair amount of changes, challenges and growth to us and we wouldn’t have it any other way! We established physical presence in the UK, the Netherlands, Bulgaria, Italy. Made first steps into new markets such as Romania, Lithuania, and Poland. Multiplied our customer base in the Netherlands, France, Italy, Bulgaria and Switzerland.
Christo Georgiev, fintech entrepreneur and founder of myPOS, has confirmed his intention to open two new flagship stores in major European cities by the end of the year. The opening is part of an initiative to bring the product closer to potential customers, giving them a hands-on experience and a live demonstration of what myPOS has to offer.
If you own a payment card, be it credit or debit, chances are it supports contactless payments, and if you’ve ever used it you know exactly why that is. Contactless payments are objectively the best way to pay for services, possibly just short of sending payments with your mind like in a sci-fi movie.
Creating an online store for your brand seems like a no-brainer – you can reach a lot more people than with just a physical location, earning far more profits and brand recognition in the process. But expanding to online storefronts isn’t as easy as it sounds, and many businesses just like yours have failed at it. So how do you avoid making their mistakes and ensure your shop becomes a success?
First of all, small businesses have been neglected by the banks and payment service providers all these years. Only recently when the fintech companies, such as myPOS, entered the payment services market around Europe, a new perspectives opened up for the small businesses to exploit the resources of card and e-payments.
Taxi services are a staple of the modern city landscape. No photo of London’s streets is truly complete without a cameo from one of their signature black cabs. Other countries’ striking yellow design has reached a status that is downright legendary. They’ve been around in their current form since the 19th century.
Every business wants to earn more revenue and small and medium companies in the service industry are no different. To help such businesses prosper, myPOS is hosting a business event for Romanian companies active in HoReCa services and transportation, scheduled for October 5 and October 6, 2018, respectively.
Accepting advance payments remotely, in the most secure and efficient way, is a main priority for property owners in the hospitality and lodging industry. One such accommodation provider – City Pads London – is accepting payments for its multiple serviced apartments locations in the heart of London via myPOS Payment Request.