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SumUp to boost JCB card acceptance for European merchants

By Gloria Methri

May 25, 2023

  • Card Payments
  • Client Onboarding
  • Digital Payments
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SumUp, JCB International, Card Payments, Europe, FinTech, Digital Payments, Japan-based JCB International has partnered with SumUp, to enable acceptance of JCB Cards across the FinTech company’s European merchant network. With the return of international travel, the collaboration will provide new growth opportunities for merchants by welcoming JCB’s cardmembers.

Together with SumUp’s extensive product suite of business tools and rapid growth rates, JCB will ensure that merchants are well-supported to welcome returning travellers. SumUp’s merchant network comprises businesses of all sizes, from nano entrepreneurs to SMEs, and the partnership creates a gateway for merchants looking to tap into new revenue streams.

With SumUp’s compact and portable devices and paperless onboarding process, the smallest of businesses can benefit from payment solutions. SumUp’s merchants in Europe can now become members of JCB’s merchant community and meet customer preference towards digital payments.

In addition, the new partnership provides a seamless payment experience for card members who wish to use their JCB Cards when shopping abroad. With the availability of JCB Contactless, JCB Cardmembers may simply tap their card on SumUp’s readers for payment.

Ray Shinzawa, Managing Director, JCB International (Europe) Ltd., said, “We are excited to introduce SumUp as our new partner and work closely with its merchant network starting with European countries and regions to further increase JCB Contactless acceptance. SumUp’s global presence and innovative technology make it the ideal choice for our card members, who value secure and fast transactions when shopping abroad. At the same time, this collaboration will delight merchants with new customers and growth opportunities in today’s competitive market.”

Michael Schrezenmaier, CEO Europe, SumUp, said, “Our new partnership with JCB will enable them to offer a preferred payment option to these travellers. This is an exciting time, especially for small and medium-sized businesses looking for new avenues of growth, and with the deployment of JCB Card acceptance, we can better provide them with the tools they need to differentiate themselves from their competition and thrive in today’s global marketplace.”

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