Chile y Brasil en la mira de YellowPepper-Visa

Visa compró una participación en la operadora de pagos móviles Yellow Pepper. Qué sigue para la empresa. Entrevista con su CEO. Con US$12.5 millones nuevos en el bolsillo, producto de una ronda de capitalización que suscribió en su gran mayoría Visa, la fintech YellowPepper considera expandir su operación a Chile y, tiene gran interés en Brasil, le dijo a Latin Trade su fundador y CEO, Serge Elkiner. La empresa que opera sistemas de pagos a través de celulares, anunció hace unos días la colocación de ese monto, en la cuarta ronda de capitalización. “El plan ahora es intensificar esfuerzos en América Latina y mirar oportunidades en Centroamérica, el Caribe y el Cono Sur”, dijo Elkiner.  Hace poco la empresa entró […]

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