Making It Work: Visa partnership boosts rollout of loyalty app

Belfast start-up LoyalBe’s platform allows smaller retailers to automatically award points and rewards to customers paying by card

8th November, 2020
Making It Work: Visa partnership boosts rollout of loyalty app
Cormac Quinn, the founder and chief executive of Belfast start-up LoyalBe

LoyalBe, the Belfast fintech start-up, is planning to expand its “frictionless” loyalty system across Ireland next year thanks to a strategic partnership with Visa, the US-headquartered credit and debit card issuer.

Cormac Quinn, the company’s founder and chief executive, said the digital payments partnership would allow it to bring its system to a greater number of small traders, including retailers, gyms and cafés, in 2021.

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