Allied Wallet comes to be one of the globally renowned FinTech companies that have been offering various payment solutions to people across the world. It operates in 196 countries and is recently awarded by Michael Forbes with a certificate of honor. The certificate was dedicated for the contributions of the Allied Wallet Africa towards the nation.
Connecting Africa with the world: Allied Wallet
In a recent event in the New York City, the CEO of Allied Wallet, Dr Andy Khawaja was recognised by Michael Forbes who further congratulated the former for his achievements and his attempts to connect Africa to the rest of the world.
Andy Khawaja received this honor with all his heart and said that it was just the beginning and that the company has still got a long way to cover. He said that it is their sole responsibility to be able to identify the new opportunities and capabilities that come along their way. That’s the only eye that can see ways to improve the enterpreneurship thriving in that region and thus, boost it up.
Allied Wallet’s attempts in bringing the state-of-the-art digital payment technology
Allied Wallet is partnering with several influential hubs at the present to ensure being able to bring the state-of-the-art digital payment technology to more than 1 billion people in Africa. Connecting the Africans was thus, an attempt of Allied waller to promote the Avenue of business in the region, thereby witnessing the nation’s growth as a whole. Forbes further presented Dr Andy Khawaja with a certificate as an ‘Outstanding Leader in Africa’, and that it was sealed and stamped by Forbes.