. One of the unique features of VoguePay is that merchants have access to free tools (plugins, modules and extensions). These tools make it easy for non-developers to easily set up online payment without worrying about paying huge sum of money to independent developers to build custom solutions for them. […]
PayPal recently made a policy change causing many international merchants to look for cheaper alternatives. Here are 5 reasons they will choose VoguePay.
VoguePay introduces new transaction fees for local and online payment. It is the lowest transaction charges in Nigeria for online payment in 2017
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The Africa Rising narrative is getting more success stories as we keep seeing the growth of businesses in Africa that are thriving. However, there are gaps blocking the full-blown growth of businesses in Africa. Some of these include lack of access to finance, information and technical partnership which are crucial to achieving both sustainable and inclusive growth in African enterprises and economies.
VoguePay was selected to make a pitch at the recently concluded Finance-Indaba event in South Africa. It is arguably the biggest Fintech event in Africa. The 11 minute highlight shows how VoguePay is making a difference to small businesses across Africa and in other continents.
In a recent tweet, Startup Ranking announced that VoguePay is one of the top 30 startups in Nigeria. The Startup Ranking score reflects the importance of a startup on the internet and its social influence. It is calculated based on SR Web and SR Social
In 2016, VoguePay has won 3 recognitions already. We are happy to announce our nomination for African Fintech Award as the 4th nomination this year. The event is holding in South Africa. Wish us God speed.
S6Startup held a twitter interview with VoguePay’s Director of Business Development for Africa, Mr. Mohammed Jega. Catch up with the insights he shared during the interview.
Michael Simeon, the co-founder and CEO of VoguePay had an exclusive chat with PowerFM; a leading South Africa online radio where he addressed key issues on online payment, cyber security and the role that VoguePay is playing to connect small businesses in Africa with a global audience.