hello money

hello money

n
(Commerce) a charge made by a retailer to a supplier for introducing the supplier's goods to its stores
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He also mentioned that the Botswana National Library Services also provided ICT training to OSET through the Sesigo project through which a good number of adult learners had benefitted with most of them now connected to social media as well as the use of cellular phones to pay bills, transact money through e-wallet, my zaka and hello money.
In the meantime, he pointed to GoodbyeGunStocks.com, which was launched last year by Hello Money, a personal finance app.
We take this opportunity to thank Mr Kihara who has played a critical role in leading the business in Tanzania during the last six years which has seen us register a number of milestones in the market, including the roll-out of leading digital platforms such as Strategic Hello Money (SHM), BIR, BARX and pioneering loan products.'
Comviva is currently a global top-three provider of mobile financial service solutions and powers such brands as Orange Money (France Telecom), Hello Money (Barclays), Tigo Cash (Millicom), and Wings (ANZ bank), among others.
By BRYNMOR PATTISON A FINE Gael Senator wants a law to tackle so-called "hello money" payments by suppliers to supermarkets.
Barclays is a client, using mobiquity TM as an additional way to give its existing banked customers access to their accounts, branding the application as Hello Money. "In developed markets, the intention is convenience - funds transfer on the move, checking account status, making cheques superfluous," Nidugondi says.
The bank said that it would be launching its mobile banking application, Hello Money, in Zimbabwe this month.
Fine Gael claimed the Tanaiste had "flip-flopped" when asked if supermarkets were demanding "hello money" from farmers to stock their goods.
Fine Gael has tabled a new law that will ban the system of "hello money" where retailers refuse to stock products unless they receive cash up front.
IT'S no surprise to learn that greedy retailers are demanding outrageous "hello money" from Irish suppliers wanting to get their goods on supermarket shelves.