A first of its “Built on Parkway” series
November 15th 2022, Little launched officially into the Nigerian market and Parkway was there to cheer them on all the way!
The theme of the event was, “Becoming intentional about the financial future of the African Child”. It had in attendance key stakeholders such as Principals of prominent schools in Nigeria, PTA Chairpersons, Parents, Partners and of course the Press.
The partnership started when the CEO of Little reached out to us to provide e-wallet infrastructure and card services for a wonderful fintech innovation and because we are known to be a fintech infrastructure enabler, we gladly obliged.
What is Little? You may ask
“Little is a better way to give your child money”- Henry Nanule, CEO Little. see trylittleapp.com
The idea of Little stemmed out of the desire for parents to want to keep an eye on how their Child(ren)’s spends and to also instill financial prudence in them. On the other hand, Schools want to curb stealing and bullying by reducing completely the physical cash handling of students in schools.
What’s Parkway’s role?
Because the solution rides on an e-wallet technology alongside debit cards, Parkway’s role is to provide Little with an easy-to-use e-wallet infrastructure and issuance of debit cards for same. It is structured in such a way that numerous e-wallets can be provided to many users that signify interest.
E-wallets and card services are just a few out of the many fintech infrastructure services that Parkway offers. We also offer settlements, e-payments, and agency banking infrastructure services. Check parkway.ng
As a fintech giant, the mandate is simple — enable as many fintech innovations, start-ups, and existing fintech companies as possible because we only win when you win.
Watch this space because we have more partnerships and collaborations to showcase via the “built on Parkway” series.