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Flexigroup and humm Merge to Form One Unified Brand

Flexigroup and humm are unifying under one name in an effort to streamline the BNPL platform for both consumers and businesses.

Klarna Appoints General Manager for ANZ

Klarna has announced Francine Ereira as the new General Manager for ANZ as it diversifies its global expansion.

Will BNPL Send Gen Z Bankrupt?

BNPL is one of the fastest-growing platforms within Australian retail. Within two years, the schedule payment option has changed the way Aussies shop, both online and in-store. Younger customers, however, have embraced the service - but is it a good thing?

Can BNPL Work for Retailers?

BNPL is a tool that many customers use to make a purchase without paying upfront. Although it's not new in the market, its recent burst into the Australian mainstream shopping industry may have changed the way we shop. 

How Payright is Filling the Missing Link for BNPL Platforms

It's time to welcome another BNPL (Buy Now Pay Later) platform to the game: Payright. Unlike other scheduled payment platforms, Payright is here to provide customers with loans up to $20,000.

By |July 30, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

How humm Makes ‘Big Things’ Possible for Retailers

The BNPL platform, humm, has added several new retailers to its belt. From homeware brands to health and beauty, the platform has placed a core focus on home improvement and lifestyle goods.

By |July 23, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

How Fin-Tech Innovation is Driving the Future of Australian Retail

It’s a commonly held narrative that the Australian retail industry is in dire straits, and indeed, it’s a tricky time. If retailers choose to stay stagnant they will fail, but by leaning in to new technology the industry can grow and prosper.

By |July 4, 2019|Categories: Sponsored Post|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

The End of Afterpay? Visa Dives Into BNPL

Afterpay is one of the biggest Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) platforms in Australia. Since its launch in 2014, it has helped millions of Aussies make purchases without the hassle of paying upfront. But now it seems that this revolutionary payment plan will become something normal for consumers around the world.

By |July 1, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments
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