Unlimit seems to be responsive of late with its global FinTech solutions in terms of penetrating the African digital landscape from the UK where it debuted as Unlimint. The FinTech start-up has reportedly set up shop in Kenya after rebranding its name with additional features in Nigeria which reflects across its global presence.
However, the Kenyan market is the second marketplace where the FinTech company is innovating in the continent while Nigeria remains its debut country in Africa. Unlimit Kenya is a follow-up on the rebranding campaign that is keen on leading optimal innovation in East Africa that leverages alternative e-payment solutions.
The Kenyan branch of the FinTech start-up company is projected to transform the East African approach to leverage optimal FinTech services for SMEs and other merchants that virtually manage their business capital. Unlimit is keen on impacting the local FinTech landscape with credit card infrastructure which will be categorized as a credit facility for technology-inclined business owners.
The FinTech company’s director for Africa & India Trevor Goott said “Unlimit is pleased to add Kenya to our global portfolio for our foreign merchants seeking access to the Kenyan market. The high demand from our international merchants to establish local operations in Kenya has further motivated us to enter the market. Also, given its strategic location in East Africa, Kenya serves as an ideal hub for the expansion of our operations in the region.”
The Kenyan digital marketplace will experience diversified FinTech solutions that portfolio its rebrand campaign as well as being its motive of existence since Unlimit debut more than a decade ago. FinTech product diversification could also be regarded as an innovative scheme to penetrate its existing market with significant FinTech solutions.
Unlimit Kenya’s alternate e-payment infrastructure is a perfect example of the FinTech company’s mode of diversifying its services without shirking its custom FinTech solutions such as processing payment, banking as a service (BaaS), and an on-ramp fiat solution for crypto, DeFi, and GameFi.
Aside from Goott’s comments confirming the Kenyan expansion, he also expressed impacting the continental FinTech landscape with E2E e-payment infrastructure optimal for entrepreneurs, SMEs, enterprises, merchants, and other business-inclined users seeking FinTech solutions.