The Korea Easy Payment Promotion Agency (Chairman Wan-su Yoon, hereinafter Gye-won Han) announced that Gokseong-gun, Jeollanam-do (Gun-gi Yoo), is the first local government in Jeollanam-do to introduce Enterprise Zero Pay.
Gokseong-gun is promoting the introduction of Enterprise Zero Pay to alleviate the burden of merchant fees for small business owners in the region. The department conducts training for daily security personnel and users, and operates the corporate Zero Pay system entirely from May 20 after the pilot operation period.
Enterprise Zero Pay is a corporate-only service of Zero Pay, a mobile simple payment system launched to ease the burden of merchant fees for small business owners. It is an infrastructure that allows companies to pay for business promotion expenses or overtime meals with zero pay.
As a debit payment method through a mobile app, it provides convenience to employees because it does not require a physical card, and increases transparency in managing funds and accounting.
Gokseong-gun, which is striving to revitalize the local economy by issuing a mobile Gokseong Simcheong gift certificate linked to Zero Pay for the first time in Tokyo in 2019, reduces the burden of commissions for small business owners and self-employed in the region by paying corporate zero pay for business promotion and supply expenses when executing expenditures. Is expected.
Yun Wan-su, chairman of Gyewon Han, said, “I look forward to the introduction of Zero Pay, a company in Gokseong-gun, Jeollanam-do, to revitalize the business district in Jeollanam-do.” I will try in various ways to establish itself as a platform.”
Author/ Translator: Jamie Kim
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