Corefy Announces Launch of a New Regional Office to Expand its Presence in the APAC Region

  • Payments
  • 27.07.2021 03:00 pm

Payment orchestration platform Corefy has today announced the opening of the first Regional Office in the Asia-Pacific region with the aim to expand the company's global coverage.  

Corefy was launched in 2018 with headquarters in London, UK, and R&D offices in Kyiv, Ukraine. After 3 years of development, the company announced the launch of the new regional office in Manila, Philippines. Corefy's representatives in Manila joined the business development team in the roles of sales executive and customer success manager. 

‘This is an important decision for our company and one more step in our global growth strategy. The APAC market is one of the fastest-growing in the world and has a favorable environment for the development of e-commerce. Representation in the Philippines allows us to cover more clients and provide qualified services in new time zones.’ —  comments Chief Business Officer at Corefy Den Melnykov. 

According to the COVID situation in the region, Corefy's management decided to postpone opening an offline office, for the nearest time new representatives will work remotely. Once the situation gets back to normal, the company expects to find a comfortable workspace and increase the number of employees in Manila to create a full-fledged unit that will cover business development and support issues in the region.

The new Regional Office will focus its attention on Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, India, Thailand, and other countries of the region. 

‘Our aim for the nearest few months is to onboard new colleagues, to help them understand the product and all processes. In the next quarter, we expect to see the first clients from the APAC region onboard.’ — adds Den Melnykov.
The project has grand plans for the Asia-Pacific region and future expansion. In the company's roadmap it is planned to open at least three more offices on different continents by the end of 2022. 


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