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6 Key Insights on Installment Payments, BNPL, and Credit Payments for Merchants in 2024

Retail
Conferences
Conf EcommerceConnect EN 2
retail connecte Nicolas Pelpel

Retail & E-Commerce Conect

lieu Paris

Nicolas Pelpel led a conference on the theme “Installment Payment, BNPL, Credit Payment: What Opportunities for Merchants in 2024?” during the Retail and eCommerce Connect show organized by Wonke.

This event took place on May 30, 2024, and is aimed at e-commerce and retail merchants looking to increase their sales online or through store networks. This hybrid event allows for both in-person and virtual participation.

 

Watch the replay

Ecommerce & Retail Connect : Installment Payment, BNPL, Credit Payment: What Opportunities for Merchants in 2024? – May 30th, 2024

Watch the replay (in French only)

Key takeaways

Younited is Europe’s leading instant credit provider, offering consumer loans with fast credit decisions.

In 2023, Younited and Mixdata have carried out a study to define the new expectations of consumers and to draw 6 main conclusions.

  • Consumers want to be able to spread their purchases over long periods.
  • These solutions are suitable for large purchase baskets.
  • BNPL or financing solutions must be omnichannel.
  • Multi-installment payment solutions are loyalty-building levers.
  • Customers are prepared to pay for this service in order to purchase their products.
  • The use of payment facilities is emerging in new sectors such as luxury goods and sports equipment