PayRetailers enters 2nd year of Successful Partnership With the CONMEBOL Sudamericana

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In 2022 PayRetailers will continue as an Official Sponsor of CONMEBOL Sudamericana for the second consecutive year.

In 2022 PayRetailers will continue as an Official Sponsor of CONMEBOL Sudamericana for the second consecutive year. The partnership reaffirms the innovative PSP platform’s presence in Latin America, consolidating its leadership in cross-border payment processing in the region. 

Solid infrastructure in Latin America 

PayRetailers begins its second year as the Official Sponsor of The South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL). The confederation unites all Latin Americans under a single, fervent passion for football, one which is shared by PayRetailers as it continues to strengthen its reach and infrastructure in the region. The company’s team of specialists are focused on delivering the most effective local payment solutions to their global client base.

Latin America is a region with disparate cultures and economic infrastructures and requires specialized knowledge for businesses to operate successfully in the region. LATAM is an exciting growth region and each country has different consumer habits, levels of technological progress, infrastructure and payment methods. 

PayRetailers’ strategy is to provide powerful payment solutions with locally trained staff in the most developed countries for cross-border payments. At the same time, the innovative fintech firm helps nurture emerging markets on their road to financial inclusion so that everyone has access to local and international products and services. 

A strategy focused on emerging markets

Thanks to the brand exposure offered by CONMEBOL Sudamericana, PayRetailers has a shared platform with world-renowned companies such as QATAR Airways, EA SPORTS, MG Motor, Amstel, Betfair and others that already have a solid positioning in the region.

According to CEO and Founder Juan Pablo Jutgla, “Becoming an Official Sponsor of this competition is a dream come true that reflects our outstanding commitment to Latin America. Now, our brand will be able to connect with more people and businesses”.

Throughout 2022, PayRetailers will continue leveraging its brand presence in football stadiums and the CONMEBOL Sudamericana live broadcasts and digital marketing initiatives. 

About PayRetailers

With over 250 payment methods and their intimate knowledge of the region, PayRetailers support merchants wanting to expand their business into LATAM. At the same time, enabling consumers to access their preferred payment systems to purchase the products or services they want through online commerce. 

To explore new opportunities in Latin America, speak to one of our multi-lingual staff.

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