valU, Buy-Now, Pay-Later (BNPL) lifestyle enabling FinTech platform, Arab Organization for Industrialization (AOI), consumer products and electronics manufacturer and Zero Tech, its subsidiary specializing in high-tech safety and security systems, announced the signing of a protocol today that will allow consumers to utilize valU’s financing solutions when purchasing any consumer products from either manufacturers.
The protocol agreement allows Egyptians to conveniently acquire their needs including home appliances and electronics, amongst others, through valU’s affordable installment plans, thus enabling both local manufacturers to reach a wider customer base.
“We’re very happy with this cooperation through which we hope to make access to prime electronic products easier through valU’s 6 to 60 months installment plans offered to customers. We expect this initiative to increase our client base and expand our reach to different classes, as we commit to adopting an ambitious all-encompassing development strategy to cover technical, technological, and administrative aspects to achieve further growth,” Ahmed Mohamed Abdel-Aziz, Chairman at AOI, stated.
ValU expanded its service offering and signed several key partnerships in various industries such as Egypt Air, Misr Insurance, Majid Al Futtaim Group, OPPO, the American University in Cairo, Saudi German Hospital in Egypt, and SODIC’s Club S, Noon and Waffarha among others.
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