19 June 2017

Nigeria: Paga Plans Business Transformation for Entrepreneurs, SMEs, Others

Mobile Payment firm, PAGA, has restated its commitment to small businesses and entrepreneurship in Nigeria, with its recent partnership with entrepreneurs and Small Medium Enterprise (SMEs) through its Agent Network initiative.

Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Paga, Tayo Oviosu, stated: "Over eight years, Paga network has helped retail entrepreneurs and SMEs grow their business robustly and earn substantial commissions by offering financial services through the innovative and secure Paga platform, in all states across Nigeria. Paga Agents have proven to be invaluable assets in their communities because of their critical role in meeting the financial and payment needs of their communities."

Oviosu further expresses its vision for the agent network as the bank branch of the future. "This is a remarkable vision that we take enormous pride in, Paga Agents will also serve as access points for opening financial accounts such as saving and loan accounts. The company's commitment to making life possible for Nigerians is reflected in the positive benefits and immeasurable impact of the business in the lives of her Agents. Paga Agents enjoy substantial commissions which provide them the opportunity to increase income to improve their lives and business from money transfers and bill payments made on behalf of their customers on Paga, High transacting agents have the opportunity to earn above N300,000 monthly."

According to the General Manager of Paga Agent Network Sales, Arike Okunowo, the agent network fosters an engaging and empowered community by periodically rewarding her best transacting agents with life-changing offers, "the company also provides Agents loyalty benefits, affordable branding, a dedicated customer service channel, and easy technology enabled platforms for quick transactions.


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