The Mexican fintech implemented 300 consecutive transactions, without interruptions, in file time, thus managing to procure the title.
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The Suppose is shut and Clip is conscious of it. Lawful below a month after the party of Mexico’s Independence, the digital payments fitech feature the Guinness File for the longest inch of people processing card payments.
To the rhythm of mariachi, Clip implemented 300 consecutive transactions, without interruptions or concerns, in file time with which he managed to procure the title.
Image: Courtesy Clip
“With the meat up of such an indispensable icon for Mexican custom as mariachis, we speak that we are essentially the important machine for all companies in Mexico, of any size, of any industry and from any piece of the nation, to invent bigger their sales, “acknowledged Alan Chernovetzky, Clip’s marketing and marketing manager, right by means of the tournament.
Accompanied by guitars, trumpets and violins, Clip also announced the meat up this might occasionally continue to give to participating mariachis by imparting a series of free on-line trainings, with the aim of serving to them of their digital transformation and boost of their client portfolio, so that they enact grow their sales and promote the Mexican financial system.
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At some stage in the Guinness World Records review, the “Simplest Mexican Suppose to free the soul” and “The Simplest Zapateado” contests had been held earlier than the jury made up of #TeamGama, made up of Jesús Gama and Chadbi. Likewise, the Folkloric Ballet of the Compañía Danza México Vivo joined in an emotional act accompanying the mariachis who played in unison the songs “México, lindo y Hermoso” and “Cielito lindo”.
Just a few weeks previously, the Mexican fintech Clip grew to become the third Mexican startup to reach the “unicorn” milestone, that is, a valuation of greater than one billion dollars, in not as a lot as a year at the aid of Kavak and Bitso.
Image: Courtesy Clip
Clip used to be founded in 2012 by Adolfo Babatz and Vilash Poovala and grew to become current in Mexico among nook stores, motorway distributors and little companies attributable to its credit card reader that adapts to smartphones.
The Clip resolution has become current in nationwide commerce attributable to the reality that it accepts all credit cards, debit cards, vouchers and contactless payment systems.