Iloilo – April 18, 2017 – Payoneer, an innovative cross-border payments company transforming the way businesses send and receive funds globally, announced it will be hosting its first Payoneer Forum in Iloilo City. This free event will take place on April 22, 2017 at Seda Hotel in Atria Park District. The Payoneer Forum will gather over 100 freelancers, entrepreneurs, and other professionals to hear from experts on topics such as how to expand their online business, freelancing and using various digital marketing tools to accelerate the growth of their business.
“Payoneer is very excited to bring our Payoneer Forum to Iloilo. We hope to engage companies and business professionals in the IT-BPM field and work with government groups to help further nurture the industry,” said Payoneer, Philippines Country Manager, Miguel Warren.
Headquartered in New York, this award-winning cross-border payments company provides payment solutions to leading brands such as Airbnb, Amazon, Google and Upwork as well as millions of small businesses around the world. With more than 3 million users worldwide, Payoneer can send money to more than 200 countries and regions, in over 150 currencies. In November 2016, Payoneer launched its office in Manila, with the aim to further empower and support online Filipino workers.
Payoneer intends to reach out to those who are interested in learning more about cross-border entrepreneurship and the online connections that businesses can make with their customers all over the world. The goal is to encourage freelancers, entrepreneurs and small business owners to build a sustainable business without all of the high costs that are often associated with taking a business global.
“We aim to empower freelancers and entrepreneurs by making it more convenient to send and receive payments from international clients,” said Warren. Speakers at the Payoneer Forum Iloilo include Lief Brian Margallo, CEO & Founder of Virtual Workforce Professionals; Yen Gonzales de Felipe, CEO of Maven Tech Solutions Inc.; Alfredo Delola- Freelancer and; John Pagulayan- Email Marketer and freelancing advocate
“We advocate the optimization of IT-BPM operations and give freelancers a better alternative mode of payment. Through Payoneer’s presence, we hope to optimize IT-BPM operations, save costs, help create jobs, boost the local economy, and put Iloilo on the map,” said Warren.
To learn more about how Payoneer is empowering Filipino businesses and professionals with its fast, low-cost and flexible cross-border payments platform, visit www.payoneer.com/ph.