Selling your products online allows you to remain open and stay in business throughout lockdown.
If you are considering implementing QR codes in your business and want to know where and how to get started, you’ve come to the right place.
Sometimes, the best card machine is one that doesn’t charge an arm and a leg whenever you make a sale. 🦵
When you first start accepting payments as a business, it’s worth familiarising yourself with a few of the payment terms.
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Taking payments online is more important now than ever. 💻
A mobile Point of Sale (mPOS) will help you create the smoothest payment experience possible for your customers.
When you first start taking on clients and accepting payments, following the correct invoice requirements will save you a lot of time and energy down the road.
POS (Point of Sale) systems are an integral part of managing your business. 🏧
Pomelo Pay is a payment provider offering a secure, simple and hassle-free way to take payments in an instant.
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As the world shifts online, it’s likely you’ve been considering making your business more digital-friendly too. 📲
With the world becoming increasingly digital, mobile ordering is becoming increasingly relevant. 📲
Now with pre-orders your customers can order food and beverage online and in advance!
Having the right resources makes managing a business a whole lot easier, especially when it comes to a fully-functioning busy coffee shop.
Thanks to advances in technology and the development of the payments industry, taking card payments by phone is now possible.
Poor cash flow management is the main reason 80-90% of small businesses fail. Here’s how Pomelo Pay is helping small businesses manage cash flow.
Thanks to mobile payment apps, you can now accept payments with your phone!
Participating in Plastic Free July is a great way to get create a greener, more sustainable business.
How can you take orders and deliver your food and beverages all while maintaining a safe distance? Luckily, there is a solution: online ordering systems.
If your business doesn’t have a physical location, how do you accept payments on-the-go? We put together three methods small businesses can accept payments while travelling.
Rishi Sunak has just announced a new Eat Out to Help Out scheme to incentivise people to eat out, thereby supporting restaurants, pubs and other food businesses as well as their 1.8 million employees.
As part of the response to the question of when can restaurants reopen, the government has recently published an extensive advisory guide for pubs and restaurants reopening so that they can help keep customers safe while the Coronavirus is still active.
Here’s how savvy restaurants are handling Covid to survive, and how you can too. Our top tips will help you keep your doors open, staff morale up, and customers happy.
Instant and secure checkout on your payment page with the improved Google Pay integration.
Pomelo Pay’s online menu creator will help make your restaurant safe for reopening post-lockdown.
No website? No problem! Pomelo Pay’s new improved Shop helps small businesses sell online.
Here are a few reasons why QR codes are great for your business.
As lockdown persists, small businesses struggling with cash flow are still not receiving the loans they need.
We know these are challenging times for small businesses which is why we want to make it as easy as possible for you to take payments from your customers.
In the UK, 31% of non-EU students come from China. That’s 120,000 students in British universities today.
Chinese students are faced with quite a few obstacles when the time comes for them to pay their university fees.
On the 23rd of March of 2020, the government ordered all cafes, pubs and non-essential businesses to shut down for at least 3 weeks in order to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
Cards are replacing cash at a colossal speed: almost two in five payments were made by debit cards in 2018.
As a business, accepting card payments is a must.
Expensive business transactions can take a large cut out of a business’ profits.
Have you ever thought about the environmental cost of your payment methods?