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Paysme is a finetech company that has the vision to become the entrusted supplier of digital financial services to SME communities, by gathering mobile payments, pensions, banking, insurance, e-commerce, marketing tools and accounting in the sector-focused application. Paysme has a marketing partnership with two major credit card corporates. Paysme's expert industry application includes Marketti for market traders, cab: app for taxis & Fanslive for sports clubs. The company has processed over 1.4 million mobile payment transactions and onboarded 200+ markets to its Marketti platform. Also, the company is in discussions with 3 major sports clubs (2 football and 1 rugby) in England, Ireland, and Scotland.

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Paysme has been around for some time and the Founders persistence and deep pockets have resulted in proven bridgeheads in the taxicab and street market sectors. The business remains undercapitalised however with little cash allocated to marketing to a very fragmented SME market and the product, .. read more

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9.4 Management
8.3 Product
5.2 Investment

  • £89,573
    raised of £250,000 goal
  • 7
    days to go
  • Please Login to see equity offered
    maximum equity offered
  • 10
  • £3,566,794
    pre-money valuation
  • 10/11/2010
    incorporated 9 years ago
  • Shadow Foundr
  • Technology
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