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Visa partners Paystack to launch Small Business Hub for SMEs in Nigeria

Visa, in partnership with Nigerian fintech, Paystack, has launched an online store for small businesses in Nigeria

Ola Olaoluwa
Ola Olaoluwa

Global fintech, Visa, in partnership with Nigerian fintech, Paystack, has launched an online store for small businesses in Nigeria.

According to the bog post release on the Visa website, small business owners can sign-up to Small Business Hub to create their own online store to begin accepting online payments, and also enjoy amazing benefits including $200 worth of online advertising.

Benefits of the package for business owners include:

  • E-commerce enrollment to create your own online store and begin accepting online payments
  • First 100 SMEs to set up their e-commerce store with our Fintech partners will receive $200 worth of online advertising to boost their digital marketing campaigns
  • A chance to feature in our monthly merchant wall of fame and get your business profiled on our social media platforms.

Only Nigerian based businesses are allowed to enroll for this initiative. In addition, the following business categories are not allowed to enroll for this initiative: Betting, Cryptocurrency, Lottery Tickets, Casino Gaming Chips and Off-Track Betting.

How it works

Paystack helps business owners accept payments online. Providing simple but powerful business tools, Paystack allows business owners to run their business profitably. From startups to government agencies, Paystack currently processes more than 50% of all online payments in Nigeria.

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