Big or small business owners can benefit from PayMaya’s Bizkarte program.
No one anticipated the dire economic consquences brought about by the pandemic. It’s unfortunate some businesses had to close while others can barely keep their own trade afloat. Luckily for business owners, PayMaya—an end-to-end digital payments company—launched the ‘Bizkarte’ program that aims to help Filipino micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) adapt to the new normal.
This program provides MSMEs with the rights tools and resources to keep the business thriving through digital commerce and cashless payment technologies. Entrepreneurs and MSMEs only need to download and register via the PayMaya Negosyo app here and sign-up for the program through the Bizkarte website here.
Members will automatically have access to the Negosyante Kit containing social media templates on how they can further promote cashless payments on orders made through social media apps. They also get to promote products to millions of PayMaya users via the PayMaya app, website, and social media accounts. Customers can also enjoy exclusive perks like the 100% Balik Bayad when they #ScanToPay via PayMaya QR.
In terms of business growth, members get to access free webinars to further hone their entrepreneurial and digital skills in the eCommerce industry.
Raymund Villanueva, Head of PayMaya QR Ecosystems, had this to say, “Filipinos are innately ma-diskarte and we’ve seen this enterprising spirit rise above the challenges we’ve all faced in the past months due to COVID-19. On top of this, our entrepreneurs are already tech-savvy and familiar with digital platforms.”
“Now that they’ve established their homegrown businesses, PayMaya Negosyo’s ‘Bizkarte’ program will help them accelerate their business in this new economy.”
In addition, PayMaya Negosyo gives entrepreneurs more opportunities by selling prepaid load and other digital goods made available in the app. It’s through a program like this that allows bsuiness owners to continue thriving while serving their customers online amidst the pandemic.