Southeast Asian payments company 2C2P has signed a series of strategic partnerships with a series of companies in South and Central Asia.
2C2P will process both on and offline payment transactions for Nepalese companies Himalayan Bank Limited and Nepal Airlines along with Air Astana, the principal airline for the Republic of Kazakhstan.
The deal with HBL, Nepal’s leading private sector commercial bank with 42 branches allows the bank to complete transactions with local and international merchants accepting Visa, MasterCard, JCB, Unionpay International and Diners Club International. Air Astana and Nepal Airlines passengers can buy tickets online.
There is more to come, 2C2P’s founder and Group CEO suggests.
“South and Central Asia’s technology and financial landscape is fast-evolving,” Aung Kyaw Moe said.
“These young financial markets present huge opportunities to businesses to tap into e-commerce, opening up new revenue streams among new and existing customers. We’re pleased to be working with some of the leading retailers in these regions to take advantage of key economic and demographic trends around e-commerce adoption, rising urbanization and customer affluence, and the boom in South and Central Asia’s travel and tourism sector.”