B2B Payment Market Is Booming Worldwide | PayPal, Worldpay, Visa, Google, American Express, MasterCard

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Nov 18, 2020 (Heraldkeepers) —
Global B2B Payment Market 2020-2029 by Player, Region, Type, Application and Sales Channel is latest research study released by HTF MI evaluating the market, highlighting opportunities, risk side analysis, and leveraged with strategic and tactical decision-making support. The study provides information on market trends and development, drivers, capacities, technologies, and on the changing investment structure of the Global B2B Payment Market. Some of the key players profiled in the study are American Express, Bottomline Technologies, MasterCard, JPMorgan Chase, SAP, PayPal, Square, Worldpay, Visa, Google, Apple, Samsung, Ant Financial Services, Tenpay Technology , Traxpay, Apruve, Bill.com & Fundtech.

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B2B Payment Market Overview:

If you are involved in the B2B Payment industry or intend to be, then this study will provide you

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Global Business to consumer (B2C) Delivery Service Market 2020 to 2026 – Top Manufacturers, Business Strategy and Forecast Report

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Nov 18, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
Global Business to consumer (B2C) Delivery Service Market 2020 by Company, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2026 offers end to end industry from the definition, product specifications, and demand till forecast prospects. The report studies the industry coverage, current market status, and market outlook and forecast by 2026. This is an all-inclusive document that comprises crucial information about top players, market trends, pricing analysis, and an overview of the market. The report states industry developmental factors, historical performance from 2015-2026. The segmental market view by types of products, applications, end-users, and top vendors is given. Then it covers market size estimation, share, growth rate, global position, and regional analysis of the market. The report also covers forecast estimations for investments in the global Business to consumer (B2C) Delivery

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This ride-sharing company wants to help Black entrepreneurs buy a vehicle

Lance McGowan left his transportation logistics job at Pepsi seven years ago because he wanted more control over his time and income. McGowan now makes a living renting his cars to people in Columbus, Ohio.

Money that McGowan earns, using the car-sharing app Turo, keeps his bills paid, but the 34-year-old entrepreneur said he dreams of growing his fleet even larger. The goal is to have 10 cars and hire an assistant to help clean the cars before they’re delivered to customers, McGowan said. 

“I’d love to be in a position one day where I can just look at a car and say, ‘That’d be great on Turo,’ and, boom, I can buy it, cash, and not have to worry about if I’m going to be able to make the payments,” he said. 

Lance McGowan, a Black and Korean entrepreneur in Ohio, is looking to grow his car-lending business. He
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Crews still working to locate mystery power outage in Blenheim

Marlborough Lines crews are investigating a power outage affecting central Blenheim.

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Marlborough Lines crews are investigating a power outage affecting central Blenheim.

A power outage affecting much of central Blenheim has been mostly restored, but lines workers are still mystified by what caused the outage.

Marlborough Lines was notified of the outage shortly before 10am on Thursday, with about 500 power users affected in the central Blenheim area.

People had wandered into the streets from darkened buildings on Henry St, Seymour St and Market St, and cafes were unable to use their coffee machines. However other sites on the same streets had been unaffected altogether by the outage.

Operations manager Warner Nichol said crews were able to restore power to most of the sites, but about 40 customers remained without power by 11.50am.

“We still haven’t located the cause of the fault, so we are working through the system progressively, and restoring power sequentially, isolating areas to determine where

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Visa, Codat To Provide Small Business Data

Codat, the financial API provider, is working with Visa to offer more comprehensive data on small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) for European banks, Codat announced in a Wednesday (Nov. 18) press release.

Visa will aid Codat in expanding its single API to help business data flow better between FinTechs, SMEs and other companies in need. Banks and lenders will be able to access the partnership to get more holistic financial profiles in less time, with the process taking minutes as opposed to days.

That, according to the release, will help with finding out which businesses are worthy of credit and affordability checks, with more accuracy as opposed to before.

Overall, the release says, Visa clients will now have access to a more robust marketplace and digital banking services.

“Visa has recognised that we address a universal pain point in SME financial services: the

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NY Offers Free Online Training For Long Island Residents

LONG ISLAND, NY — In an effort to help Long Islanders who are unemployed or underemployed, the state of New York launched a new free online training platform.

It is designed to help all residents of the state navigate the new coronavirus pandemic by giving them the opportunity to learn new skills, earn certificates and advance their careers at no cost.

According to a news release, the new tool will provide access to about 4,000 online programs taught by leading professors and industry professionals on Coursera. The focus will be on high-growth and in-demand sectors such as advanced manufacturing, technology, health care and more.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo said this is only one front in the war against the deadly virus.

“While we are doing everything we can to protect the health of New Yorkers, we must also take the steps necessary for building back a strong economy,” he said in

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Deluxe Sees Double Digit Increase in Business Incorporation in 2020

SHOREVIEW, Minn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today, Deluxe (NYSE: DLX), a Trusted Business Technology™ company, announced that demand for its small business incorporation services increased 10 percent in 2020 over 2019. The increase was driven by incorporations of construction, trucking, cleaning services, online sales, consulting, food trucks, landscaping and real estate companies. The acceleration of entrepreneurship coincides with an increase in COVID-19 related unemployment and desire by more people to control their financial future by starting businesses.

“Small business owners are starting new ventures and careers in the middle of a pandemic,” said Barry McCarthy, President and CEO of Deluxe. “We think the increased use of Deluxe incorporation services is a leading indicator of small business futures and shows optimism in the small business market going into 2021. These entrepreneurs are risking it all, even at such an uncertain time. Deluxe has proudly supported the incredible pioneering spirit of small business owners

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Nearly half of Canadian employers plan to modify salary increases next year as COVID-19 impacts salary and benefits planning

Two new studies from Gallagher reveal how continued economic uncertainty is causing Canadian employers to re-think their compensation and employee-benefit strategies to focus on financial stability in 2021

TORONTO, Nov. 18, 2020 /CNW/ — According to Gallagher’s 2020/2021 Salary Planning Survey – Canada Edition, 62 per cent of employers implemented pay raises before the pandemic. However, as the economic realities of COVID-19 set in toward the end of first quarter 2020, many organizations were forced to reduce employee headcounts, implement hiring freezes and decrease salary-increase budgets. As a result, 38 per cent of employers indicated that their salary-increase plans were modified for 2020 – a trend that will continue into 2021.

As Canadian employers plan for the year ahead, nearly half (43 per cent) of organizations modified salary increase plans in 2021 due to COVID-19. Among the employers expecting their 2021 salary-increase plans to be adversely affected, 45

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AG warns CT business owners of companies seeking erroneous fees for annual reports

State officials are warning Connecticut business owners of mailers from companies seeking erroneous fees to file annual reports.

Attorney General William Tong said state agencies have received more than 100 complaints in the past week about official-looking mailers requesting additional, unnecessary fees.

“We are in the midst of an economic crisis, and businesses cannot afford to pay for services they don’t need,” Tong said in a prepared statement. “Be sure to look at the fine print and make sure you are dealing directly with legitimate state agencies to file only what is required.”

Tong said his office is investigating whether the mailers in these instances originated from the same company that previously reached a settlement with the state to resolve “government imposter fraud.”

Businesses can avoid the extra fees by filing directly with the office of Secretary of State Denise Merrill, Tong said. The filing period begins on Jan. 1.

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Biden builds team, strategy to handle Senate confirmations

The approach includes Cabinet picks speaking out before their Senate hearings.

President-elect Joe Biden is rolling out his team and a new strategy to get cabinet nominations confirmed on Capitol Hill as he prepares to introduce nominees to the American people.

Biden’s team is expected to do away with the “the old playbook dictating that nominees say nothing in public until their hearings,” signaling a public campaign ahead of any official confirmation process, according to a Biden transition official.

The change would increase nominees’ exposure and could bring increased scrutiny, but it could also help build public support for the nominees.

That support could prove critical. Biden is likely to face confirmation battles in the coming months as he builds out his administration, particularly with Senate Republicans favored to retain a majority

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