Pakistani fintech startup called PayPro receives a grant of Rs 7.4 million from USAID and SMEA

A Pakistani fintech startup hyper-focused towards business to business (B2B) and business to consumer (B2C) payments recently received a grant of nearly Rs 7.4 million from USAID and the Small and Medium Enterprise Activity (SMEA).

The startup, initially launched in 2019, is currently focusing on digitizing micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) that are looking to enable digital payments. According to the startup founders, the grant will truly help them in accelerating this process for the respective enterprises.

Furthermore, the fintech startup has processed approximately 70,000 transactions valued at more than one billion with nearly 430 merchants accepting payments through its services. PayPro aims to integrate digital…

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