Why has Poland's card usage grown in the last years? We analyse the recent developments in electronic payments that led to SumUp's growth in Poland.
Which card machines and payment solutions work in British Overseas Territories, Jersey, Guernsey and Isle of Man? Our overview compares options.
How is Denmark's national debit card faring against international competition and mobile payments? Statistics tell a complicated story of change.
Verifone and Ingenico dominate the payments sector globally, but how are they adjusting to market changes? We look at the numbers.
After an initial slow start, the UK market has seen a dramatic uptake of contactless payments. Cards overtook cash payments in 2018, caused in part by the rise of contactless cards being the easiest way to pay for transactions below £30. Retailers and small businesses: take note if you [...]
The Brazilian market of card readers is one of the most exciting at the moment. Companies are fighting for a slice of the sector, estimated to have released over 300 models so far and paved the way for two successful IPOs this year. Yet not so long ago, local [...]
There’s an odd relationship going on between the Italian people, the past and the future. In a country where entrepreneurs and merchants are still reluctant to accept card payments (and customers to pay by card), what we may call a passion for smartphones could finally soothe this conservative attitude. [...]
On average each Norwegian citizen paid by card 417 times in 2016, beaten only by Iceland in the worldwide ranking. With fewer Norwegians carrying cash, even the smallest of vendors find that not accepting card payments is hurting the bottom line – badly. But before we look at the [...]
Small and mobile businesses in Switzerland got a new option for accepting card payments: the SumUp app installed on their smartphone or tablet. Combined with the PIN+ card reader, small businesses can accept debit and credit cards using the latest Bluetooth connectivity and a Wifi or 3G/4G connection to process the transaction. [...]
Holland's mobile payment market just got “agglomerated” in the fall of 2014, when Swedish iZettle stepped in as the fourth mobile payment service provider, joining Payleven, SumUp, and Adyen Shuttle. For small business owners, sole traders, non-profits or individuals who want to accept debit and credit cards without the [...]