Allan is responsible for managing the overall growth of Nuvei’s North American sales and marketing teams. He is a 22-year fintech industry veteran who has owned and operated ISOs, as well as held leadership roles with Cardservice International, North American Bancard and Total Merchant Services.
Digital goods like digital books, podcasts, and virtual courses are rising in popularity across the world. If you have the ability to create and have a good business plan, you can build a lucrative revenue stream from this kind of content. Growing in this area with a strong payments partner can lift your business into the future.
You probably look constantly for ways to get the most from your team. Better productivity means more revenue, greater profits, and more success for everyone in your organization. In this regard, your long-term solution seldom consists of cracking the whip. Instead, look to these methods to promote long-term productivity gains.
When thinking about expanding your business, you may look immediately to focus on the biggest payment options: the Visa and MasterCard payment systems. This is important, but it only serves as part of the puzzle. To reach more effectively across borders, you should look at ways to take local payment options as well.
For eCommerce to take off, you need customers to find you online. Driving traffic to your website is a combination of art and science, and requires both intelligence and diligence for you to succeed. That said, a tried and true path exists to boost your online presence. Focus on these techniques to lift your site performance.
If you operate in or with fintech, you need to find ways to stand out in an ever more crowded market space. Digital marketing means much more than having a website and posting ads online. If you want to get the most out of your marketing efforts, look to do more in these areas.
Most business plans focus on how to improve profitability for your organization. Protecting employee health is one of the best drivers for your financial success.
Your business only succeeds when you serve your customers well. This helps give you return customers, and generates word of mouth to bring new customers in. For this to work, you have to understand the people who buy from you. Fortunately, there are tools available to give you more insight than ever before. Use these tools to help you know your customers better.
The coronavirus pandemic is forcing restaurants to close their dine-in business to maintain social distancing and adhere with ordinances that restrict public gatherings. In order to survive and thrive during these uncertain times, restaurants must be proactive and adapt to meet the needs of their customers.
The coronavirus pandemic has affected the daily lives of most by placing them in self-isolation. But what does this mean for the everyday face-to-face salesperson? And more specifically, how can payment industry ISOs and merchant resellers keep their sales active during this coronavirus situation?