Staples and payleven have announced they have entered into a distribution partnership.
The payleven Chip & PIN card reader is now available in all Staples stores in Germany, the UK and the Netherlands and together, Staples and payleven have a clear service orientation; with small and medium-sized businesses particularly benefiting from the partnership.
“Staples is excited to be part of payleven’s journey as we firmly believe this innovative product will ‘make more happen’ for our customers,” said Peter Boers, European Category Director, Staples Europe. “We take pride in bringing our customers the right products to help their business succeed.”
Konstantin Wolff, Founder and CMO of payleven, said: “With Staples, we’ve gained an important and reliable partner for the European distribution of our card payments solution. Small and medium-sized businesses can now find our card reader in the same place where they already purchase products for the successful day-to-day running of their businesses.”
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