A wide-reaching overnight shift in the law occurs from Saturday 13 January 2018 as businesses will be banned from the common practice of adding surcharges to card payments.
September marked the ten-year anniversary of the introduction of contactless payment cards in the UK. Since 2007, we have seen a dramatic change in the way that consumers are choosing to pay for their goods and services.?
The cashless economy is showing no signs of slowing in the UK, but where does the nation sit on a global scale? Find out in this infographic.
Uber is proof that not only can the cashless economy aid a business, it shows how popular this invisible payment concept can be, and that adapting to your customers? needs ultimately prevails.
SMEs are being warned that one in every two customers might walk away from a transaction if cashless payments methods were not made available.
Increasingly businesses are under pressure to sell to the cashless consumer. How can you keep up with the changing payments landscape?
A payments strategy is really important to ensuring the continued growth of your company. Card payments are the future – find out how you can get on board.
It goes without saying that no SME owner goes into business fuelled by their love for payment technology. However, no payments equals no business.
As locals flee the Far East to celebrate Chinese New Year, Britain’s designer outlets and department stores are set to benefit from the rush of tourism and experience a surge of transactions.
As we continue our search for the nation's digital champions, we've discovered The Counter – a savvy small coffee chain that's tripled the size of its business in just 15 months through innovative thinking that includes setting up in police boxes.
Small UK retailers are running the risk of Christmas sales crumbling this festive season by ignoring card payment trends, says EE, which has listed the 11 cities across the country where consumers have the highest dependency on cards – and London isn't the leader.
The trend of contactless payments is set to spike significantly as the limit per transaction increased to £30 on 1 September, which follows British consumers spending £2.5bn with the method in the first half of 2015.