Dr. Narisa Chauvidul-Aw, KōgoPay CEO was awarded by WAW

On 08/03/20 International Women Day, Dr. Narisa Chauvidul-Aw, KōgoPay CEO was awarded by WAW (Women Appreciating Women) in London as one of 100 most inspiring women 2020.

WOMEN IN TECH GLOBAL AWARDS WINNERS

WOMEN IN TECH START UP AWARD: Narisa found KogoPAY in the mobile payment industry that is dominated by most men founders. KogoPay has created a regulatory compliant mobile application to facilitate instant payment both locally and cross-border. The KogoPay wallet app enables instantaneous payments mobile-to-mobile, mobile-to-bank, and QR payments.

Kindness Hardwired – How Philanthropy is Part of Our DNA

Fintechs are rewriting the story of payments and banking in so many ways. KogoPAY’s unique role in the Fintech story is to facilitate payments and simple money management for everyone. We’re about universal access to payment services, both nationally and internationally, about sending money home, running a small business and keeping control of your finances.

A fast, secure, affordable and easy-to-use cross-border remittance service

To serve these foreign workers, 2C2P has teamed up with financial and non-financial institutions in neighboring countries such as Myanmar's CB Bank and Cambodia’s Wing Money. On top of that, 2C2P has also established partnership with UK-based KogoPay, Hong Kong and China's LitePay and Thailand Post as well.”

Why QR Code has not found their niche in the UK and Europe yet?

A trend which has been sweeping Asia accounting for trillions of dollars in payments in China alone is coming to Europe. KogoPAY, the payments company which aims to make sending money internationally as easy as sending an email, has developed a new mobile payment app; instant wallet to wallet and QR code payment. These QR codes are already used by airlines for boarding passes and many other applications requiring ease of use and high levels of security.

Making Thai Travel a Breeze

My home country of Thailand is one of the most beautiful and friendly countries in the world. OK, I’m biased. But it’s true that every year approximately one million British citizens travel to Thailand in search of mesmerising Eastern culture, delicious food, incredible landscapes and very friendly people. Thailand is one of the top three destinations for holidays for British people – and very popular with other nationalities too.

KogoPay raises an initial £200,000 on Crowdcube at a £10m valuation

KogoPAY, a UK-based fintech startup, completed its equity crowdfunding round on Crowdcube with more than £200,000 in funding secured. The company offered its 281 Crowdcube investors with 2.01% in equity at a £10 million pre-money valuation. Founded in 2018, KogoPAY describes itself as a fintech company that provides a mobile payment app that enables instant and affordable transactions between Europe and Asia, as well as local transfers using wallet to wallet and QR code payments.