The holiday shopping season, a traditionally B2C-dominated period, presents untapped opportunities for B2B e-commerce sellers. This article explores strategic approaches these sellers can adopt to maximize sales during this peak period and how Flash Payments can provide an edge in this competitive landscape. Understanding the B2B E-Commerce Holiday Potential: 1.
Over the past few years, more and more Australians have been transferring their retirement savings into Self-Managed Superfunds (SMSF). The number of those who want to control their superannuation has long exceeded the million mark. There are advantages, for some, to be had with an SMSF. For starters, you have
Although Australia may seem remote and inaccessible to many, hundreds of thousands of migrants from around the world arrive in the continent every year. Moving to Australia offers the promise of economic stability, a high standard of living and a pleasant climate and natural beauty. One of the most active
To be sure you are getting the best currency exchange rates, you must know what the current real market foreign exchange rate is and whether any upfront or transaction fees are applied to your transfer, including fees applied by the receiving back to the recipient's account. Do your homework, compare,
The $7 billion Australian money remittance industry is set for a massive shake-up as a new wave of online and digital-based players enter the market. According to Ashley Jessen, CEO of Profile Booster, the retail money remittance industry is a top candidate for fintech disruption and innovation. “A few years
Sending money overseas via your bank is often confusing, always expensive and very slow. Now you can change that. Let's break it down... At Flash Payments we make foreign exchange easy, fast and affordable: Based in Sydney Australia, we have engineered Flash Payments from the ground up to deliver intelligent
When it comes to foreign currency transfers, especially by consumers and small to medium-sized businesses, what you find are big financial institutions bouncing your money around the world like a pinball from one fee-charging bank to another, using a complex and expensive relationship network – a desperate stand-in for an efficient
Chairman of the corporate watchdog Greg Medcraft lashed out at the banking “oligopoly” for chipping away at customer trust with sector-wide interest rate hikes out-of-cycle with the Reserve Bank of Australia. “I think every time you do an out-of-cycle increase you chip away that trust,” Mr Medcraft said. “It’s