Payoneer, an innovative cross-border payments company transforming the way businesses send and receive funds globally hosted its first Payoneer Forum in Davao last Feruary 5 at Park Inn by Radisson Davao. The Payoneer Forum gathered over 100 freelancers, entrepreneurs, and other professionals. They learned so much from experts on topics such as how to expand their online business, freelancing and using various digital marketing tools to accelerate the growth of their business. Earlier that day, there was a media briefing attended by bloggers; and representatives from the print and broadcast media, where basic information about Payoneer were discussed. It primarily targets those working online and those having businesses whose transactions are done through the internet. Payoneer emphasized the several advantages of switching from the current payment facility that they are using (e.g Paypal) to their platform.
Now that a lot of businesses sell their goods and services online, ways and means have been innovated to make the lives of sellers and their customers much easier. And we are not just talking about big time businesses here. As we know, there are already thousands (and counting!) of active online sellers sprawling across social media networks most especially in Facebook and Multiply. From lesser known pre-loved stuff (slightly used/vintage clothing and other re-usable items) sellers to famous multinational brands, they all share same goal now, and that is to capture their target market with their attractive social media presence. One way to maintain a steady online following is by being flexible enough to accept various modes of payment. These include bank deposits and many types of money transfers. But I noticed that all this time, Globe Telecom’s Gcash, as a mode of transferring cash has become more popular […]