SHOPLINE partners with HSBC to support local payments

HKTVmall customers will be able to use PayPal to pay for their purchases (image pressureUA / iStockPhoto)
SHOPLINE will use HSBC's PayMe to enable merchants to accept instant digital payments (Image image pressureUA / iStockPhoto)

SHOPLINE, a Hong Kong startup that enables merchants to set up online stores and deliver an omni-channel experience, has announced a partnership with HSBC’s PayMe to enable merchants to accept instant digital payments from consumers, both online and offline.

SHOPLINE recently announced its partnership with PayMe, enabling SHOPLINE merchants to accept instant digital payments using PayMe for Business. Launched this March, PayMe for Business is HSBC’s latest person-to-merchant (P2M) payments app in Hong Kong. 

Customers of SHOPLINE merchants can now pay via PayMe, with the aim of providing a faster and easier payment experience both online and in-store. SHOPLINE merchants get to enjoy a fee waiver until 30 June, 2019 and a 1.5% fee per transaction thereafter.

SHOPLINE was founded in Hong Kong in 2013 and expanded to Taiwan in 2015. The startup  now has offices in Ho Chi Minh City, Shenzhen, and Kuala Lumpur.

Tony Wong, Co-founder and CEO said, “As a Hong Kong startup, we always look from the customer's perspective and have been operating steadily with rapid growth within these six years. We are thankful for our customers’ support and affirmation and will always put our customers first. We will continue to strengthen our business in Hong Kong and cooperate with more local partners. We are looking forward to helping brands of all sizes develop in the local market and sell products anywhere.”

First published in Retail Tech Innovation

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