In a thrilling milestone for LayUp, we’re excited to announce that our TikTok community has surpassed 100,000 followers! This achievement not only marks a significant number but cements LayUp as the largest financial services platform on TikTok in South Africa. We couldn’t be prouder.
The financial technology (fintech) landscape is ever-evolving, and as we step into 2024, the industry continues to push boundaries, redefine norms, and revolutionise the way we interact with our finances. Let’s explore the compelling trends that are set to shape the future of fintech in the coming year.
The echoes of Black Friday may have faded, but the reverberations of LayUp’s Black Friday Secret campaign continue to resonate. As we dissect the numbers, it’s evident that our efforts have not only exceeded expectations but set new benchmarks for LayUp as a payment solution.
As the festive (a.k.a spending) season approaches, the allure of sales, promotions, and holiday festivities can lead many into the world of credit. While credit cards offer convenience and flexibility, it’s crucial to navigate the fine print to avoid potential pitfalls.
Financial risk is one of the major concerns of every business across fields and geographies. Lay-by payments, often underestimated, have emerged as a robust solution. This is why.
In a changing environment, retail merchants are finding ways to improve efficiencies and automate to capture more customers and grow revenue.
LayUp’s Black Friday Secret isn’t your ordinary lay-by service. It’s a revolutionary approach that gives you more control and flexibility over your Black Friday purchases.
In a rapidly evolving digital age, the landscape of financial services is changing dramatically. Traditional banking and payment systems are being reshaped by innovative fintech solutions, opening doors to financial inclusion for individuals and businesses previously underserved by the financial sector.
African fintech is rapidly becoming a focal point for investments, marked by a steady increase in average deal sizes and a growing share of fintech funding within the African landscape. This surge in investment is not only fostering job creation but also driving economic growth across African countries.