JS Zindigi, Chikoo to launch financial services for Small Businesses


Zindigi powered by JS Bank, a leading Pakistani commercial bank has partnered with Chikoo, Pakistan’s premier small business management platform, to launch Pakistan’s first integrated financial services solution.

Through this alliance, entrepreneurs have access to a full suite of banking services including immediate access to funds received digitally, bill payments, employee payroll, supplier payments & access to small business financing. Small business owners and their teams will also receive a free debit card for electronic transactions and cash withdrawals.

Central to the mission of empowering small businesses, Chikoo has evolved to enable small business owners to easily manage every aspect of their business, from sales, ecommerce, accounting, logistics, marketing, payments and human resources – allowing them to build better, growing & more profitable businesses.

The Chikoo platform puts business data ownership, privacy and security at the heart of its merchant experience. As Pakistan’s only PCI-DSS compliant ecommerce platform, Chikoo reaffirms its commitment to delivering enterprise-grade business technology solutions to the smallest of businesses without compromise.

Noman Azhar, Chief Officer Zindigi said “Zindigi is all about listening to our customers and providing them not only with the requisite services but also the experience that makes their lives easier.

Our partnership with Chikoo to provide wallet services for SMEs and an exclusive debit card is another step towards building the resilience of small business in Pakistan, in an increasingly challenging economic environment.”

Salaal Hasan, Head of Ecosystem Development – JS Bank stated “Small businesses are the backbone of the Pakistani economy. In-line with the vision of the State Bank of Pakistan, we are working to drive the growth of small businesses and subsequently support the growth of the national economy.

We foresee that our partnership with Chikoo will aim to help more than 5 million small businesses in Pakistan, driving equitable growth and democratizing access to e-commerce and digital financial services”.

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