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PCN Pulse- DoorDash will come to Europe after eating up Wolt, Klarna moves into Ireland, JUMO raises $120M

Klarna, the leading Swedish payments company with a special focus on Buy-Now-Pay-Later and one of PCN’s clients, just launched in Ireland and its initial domestic partners include Gym+Coffee, Yummie, Yours Clothing, Luna by Lisa, Cult Beauty, Perspective, and Greenes Shoes. Amazon will start offering Venmo checkout options for users in the US starting in 2022; this could mean milestones in using crypto as payment but it’s still up in the air. Zalando, German leading ecommerce fashion and lifestyle platform and PCN’s client, builds a fulfillment center in Giessen, Germany, creating 17,000 jobs. Construction will be underway by the end of this year and it will be in operation in 2023. JUMO, South-African and London-based fintech that offers financial services to businesses in emerging markets, raised $120 million in a round backed by Fidelity, Visa, and Kingsway. It has already had investors ranging from Brook Asset Management, Finnfund, Gemcorp, Proparco, Leapfrog, and Goldman Sachs and only seems to continue growing.


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