The BNPL space is flush with consumer interest but not yet awash in profits as major players battle one another for global spend share with a glut of smaller startups hot on their heels.
To build a scalable business model, startups must take a data-first approach.
Merchants in BridgerPay's network will be able to add Hoolah’s BNPL service as a payment option for their customers upon checkout.
This morning, we'll examine the buy now, pay later (BNPL) market, mostly through the lens of PayPal's first-quarter results.
The partnership will help Fomo Pay's merchant partners increase their revenue by meeting the different payment needs of a wider range of customers.
The buy now, pay later model, popularized by companies like Klarn and Affirm has been one of the big e-commerce winners in the last year, giving consumers who might be stretched financially another option to pay for things when they buy them online. While that has prompted the UK financial authority to re-examine how it […]
The partnership will widen access to BillEase's BNPL services for users in the Philippines through 2C2P's merchant network.
This will allow Atome Financial to expand its business in Indonesia through consumer financing.
Fundiin will use the new funds to fuel its market expansion efforts and onboard more merchants.
The deal will allow Stripe merchants to offer Afterpay's service, where customers can receive their purchased items immediately and pay for them in four installments.
What does the convenient credit model spell for the current generation of users?
Our top articles for the week look at the key players in Southeast Asia’s ‘buy now, pay later’ market and’s revenue grew 62% during the pandemic
 ||item|| There’s much enthusiasm for “buying now and paying later” (BNPL) at the moment, which on some level is just a fancy name for a zero-interest installment plan. That definition, however, quickly changes when we move away from developed markets like Singapore or Australia into countries such as Indonesia, Vietnam, or the Philippines, where […]
The company aims to cater to 5,000 merchant partners by the end of 2021 by expanding into North Asia and the rest of Southeast Asia.
How ‘buy now, pay later’ emerged amid the pandemic and how an Indian wearables startup banked US$100 million
Based in Singapore, Rely allows consumers to split their payments free of interest.