Ukash shortlisted for export champion of the year award

Ukash, the global online cash payment provider, has been shortlisted for the Export Champion category in the Growing Business Awards (GBA). The Export Champion award honours UK companies succeeding in the international marketplace, and the winners will be announced on 23 October, at the London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square.

 

Originally launched by Real Business and the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), the GBAs celebrate Britain’s most innovative and high-growth entrepreneurial businesses.

 

David Hunter, Chief Executive Officer of Ukash says, “Being shortlisted for the Growing Business Awards is a fantastic achievement for Ukash. The Export Champion category recognises firms whose international success inspires other UK companies to trade globally.

 

“We continue to expand into new markets, offering consumers around the world access to a safe and secure way to shop, pay and play online using cash. Ukash is growing its network of retailers and key partners worldwide, thanks to the commitment of our team, as we focus on delivering innovative solutions that meet the needs of consumers. Being shortlisted for this award, so soon after receiving the Queen’s Award for Enterprise for our outstanding contribution to International Trade, confirms Ukash’s place among the future champions of British business.”

 

Pioneering the online payment market more than a decade ago, Ukash has grown to more than 465,000 physical points of purchase, and is available in more than 57 countries around the world over 6 continents. Ukash continues to expand into key European markets, including Italy and the Netherlands, as well as securing major partnerships in growth markets such as Mexico. Each day, 10,000 Ukash transactions are made in the UK alone with 1.5 million users worldwide, as it continues to bring consumers the security and flexibility they demand when paying online.

 

http://www.ukash.com/en-GB/

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