The Wales based fintech Yoello has continued its course of fast-paced international growth during 2021 by landing in Canada.

With hospitality and retail merchants now supported and trading through Yoello’s mobile order and pay platform in key cities including Montreal, Yoello is now actively trading across six countries across the world including America, Ireland, New Zealand, Australia and the UK.

Sina Yamani, CEO and Founder of Yoello says “Canada has been a natural next step for us after landing in America earlier this year, and we are really pleased to be able to now support hospitality businesses all across Northern America with our technology – a key tool for operating with contact-free ordering in the current climate whilst also benefiting businesses with revenue boosting and time saving features.

We are delighted to now be operating in six countries across the globe and are looking to continue building upon our mission to support the industry far and wide with our multilingual platform capabilities being prepared for launch very soon.”

Recently announced as Tech Nation’s top growing UK Fintech of 2021 and the British Data Awards ‘Start Up of the Year 2021’, Yoello is working on a number of initiatives to support the reopening of hospitality across the UK. This includes partnering with city BIDs (Business Improvement Districts) to prepare inner city communal dining spaces that offer neighboring businesses additional tables for serving customers through Yoello’s mobile ordering web-app.

About Yoello
Founded in 2019, Yoello is an FCA authorised mobile payment platform that uses open banking to cut out the middlemen and connect merchants and customers’ banks directly. Currently focused on the hospitality sector, Yoello offers a simple, affordable, and secure way to help any venue manage mobile orders and payments.

The multi-award winning firm has been working closely with local authorities and Business Improvement Districts since the start of lockdown to help businesses re-open and save thousands of pounds in the process.