The London based mobile Chip & PIN specialist, payleven has announced that it will be supplying its card payment solution to the Antlers Gallery’s ambitious new show in the Temple Quay area of Bristol.
The show, titled ‘Spatial’, is a pop-up, roving exhibition, and is on for three weeks explores the themes of architecture and space.
payleven was chosen as the gallery’s payment solution as it gives easy access for SMEs and mobile businesses to process their own debit and credit card payments, a system which can otherwise be costly and expensive for smaller operations. The product works around the ‘plug and pay’ concept, meaning that it works without a contract, fixed fee or complicated registration process. This offers the exhibitors an option to provide card payments to their customers on site, and maximise their sales.
payleven offers a Chip & PIN solution that works in conjunction with a Smartphone or tablet making the payment process completely mobile.
Ian Marsh, UK CEO of payleven says: “We are excited to be working with the Antlers Gallery and are pleased to see they recognise the importance of flexible payments. Working with a gallery highlights just payleven can modernise the payment process by offering an accessible mobile card payment solution.”
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