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Welsh fintech Yoello continues its rapid international expansion landing in Australia

02-16-2021 03:34 PM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

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Multi-award winning app-less mobile ordering platform for hospitality: table ordering, click-&-collect and delivery

Multi-award winning app-less mobile ordering platform for hospitality: table ordering, click-&-collect and delivery

The multi-award winning Order & Pay solution Yoello has continued its trajectory of international growth this year by entering the Australian hospitality market just weeks after landing in the USA.

The leading mobile ordering platform based in Cardiff is led by 25 year old Founder and CEO Sina Yamani.

Sina says - “2021 has got off to a fantastic start for Yoello, we’ve made some big steps forward with our plans to expand internationally with new customers already actively trading with our platform across both the USA and Australia.

This year, we have also appointed some impressive senior executives into the company and have got through to the final stages of Tech Nation’s Rising Stars 3.0 to name a few of our achievements so far, I think it’s safe to say we are all very excited on what the rest of the year holds as we continue to grow!”.

Yoello has been well placed to launch in Australia with recently appointed CFO Gareth Roberts bringing vast experience and market knowledge from his previous role as Chief Financial Officer at the Melbourne based cloud-communication SaaS company, Whispir.

Gareth says - "I'm thrilled to see that we continue to rapidly expand our international footprint by launching our platform down under in Australia. Launching our latest contactless order & pay technology to support the still open and flourishing hospitality sector is a key part of our growth strategy. I look forward to enjoying 'a cold one' very soon".

Yoello is set to continue its international growth this year as well as launch its own open banking payment gateway that will save businesses thousands of dollars/pounds each year on transaction fees.

Ground Floor, Brunel House, Yoello, Fitzalan Rd, Cardiff CF24 0HA

David Bull
Marketing Manager
david.bull@yoello.com

Founded in 2017, Yoello is an FCA authorised mobile payment platform that uses open banking to cut out the middlemen and connect merchants and customers’ banks directly. Currently focused on the hospitality sector, Yoello offers a simple, affordable, and secure way to help any venue manage mobile orders and payments.

The Cardiff-based firm has been working closely with local authorities and Business Improvement Districts since the start of lockdown to help businesses re-open and save thousands of pounds in the process.

To find out more about Yoello and how it can help pubs and restaurants reopen safely, visit www.yoello.com

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