We’ve been wanting to share it for a long time, today is the day. We’re revealing PaymentGenes’s new brand & new website. "Every interaction we have is an externalization of our core beliefs." In our fresh new branding, every aspect has been taken into consideration, whether it represents us, but more importantly the people we like to work with, the payments community.Read more
We are beyond excited to finally inform you about our strategic joint venture, service expansion, and new team members. We’ve focused on understanding the payment community's demands, currently, in 5 years from now and even later. As a result, we aligned industry demands with our long-established goals and as of today, we can publicly share our service Extension.
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PaymentGenes, a Payments recruitment and consultancy company headquartered in the Netherlands, is expanding its international footprint, selecting Toronto as the location of its North American headquarters to become part of a world-leading FinTech cluster, supported by a growing technology ecosystem.
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