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Wondering what we've been up to? Get all the latest news from Opayo; including the latest payment functionalities and consumer trends

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18th November 2019

Today, Elavon Financial Services DAC announced that it has signed an agreement to sell Opayo to Elavon, a leading global payments company, pending regulatory approval.

26th November 2015 - London
Opayo predicts a spend of £1.7bn over the Black Friday/Cyber Monday weekend
10th September 2015 - London

Partnership expands UnionPay to Opayo customers in the UK, allowing small businesses to accept Chinese bank card payments

30th June 2015 - London
5th March 2015 - London
Over half of Britain’s entrepreneurs had an early start in the world of work, as Elavon Financial Services DAC survey reports 51% of Britain’s entrepreneurs left education by 18
28th November 2014 - London

Opayo predicts online spending in the UK is set to approach £1.5 billion, as consumers take full advantage of the sales to do their Christmas shopping

7th October 2014 - London

Integration allows payments to be collected via branded SMS messages

3rd September 2014 - London
Online spending will top £13bn this year, but offline retailers need to ready themselves now or risk missing out
14th February 2014 - London
Romantic Brits due to spend £1.5bn in mid-morning dash for gifts, finds Opayo
23rd January 2014 - London
Study by Opayo reveals UK SMB's are owed £55bn in outstanding invoices
9th December 2013 - London

Opayo announce the launch of their full integration with Elavon Financial Services DAC One

29th November 2013 - London
Opayo launch their Eight Types of Shopper Facebook app, profiling consumer traits, to coincide with Cyber Monday 2013.
13th November 2013 - London
London more positive about cashless society, despite 70 per cent of Scots preferring card over cash.
13th November 2013 - London
13th November 2013 - London
New research from Opayo calculates that small and independent retailers are missing out on £10bn each year by not accepting card payments.