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Mastercard launches to empower fintechs startup in Africa

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Mastercard has been transforming how people pay and get paid. Their commitment to innovation has supported growing businesses, improved the consumer payments experience and advanced a more inclusive financial system around the globe.

Mastercard has launched a program to help business which focuses on fintech in Africa especially the middle east region in Africa.

Mastercard Engage, part of the ‘Accelerate for Fintechs’ framework, connects customers to technology partners to make their payments strategies a reality.

Mastercard Engage use cases outline the products you need to create your payment solutions and provides lists of technology partners that are qualified based on Mastercard standards and industry requirements.

From the perspective of fintech startup , the building part of the programme enables them as processors and enablers to become Express Partners by building unique tech alliances and benefitting from all the advantages that Mastercard provides them.

The Connect as it were is aimed at fintech startups that are looking to add payment solutions to their suite of products and helps them easily connect with qualified Express Partners and go live with Mastercard in their daily engagements.

To apply for the package, click here

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