Mobikwik Conducts Roadshow On Doing Cashless Business

Mobikwik, a top mobile wallet firm, has started its awareness campaign on educating people as well as merchants on how to do cashless transaction for their business. The company started the campaign from Gujarat.

Shri CR Paatil, MP from Gujarat and Ms Upasana Taku, cofounder of Indian mobile wallet major, MobiKwik hosted an awareness roadshow in the city. Under the initiative; residents, shopkeepers and other business owners were invited for a session where they were informed about the benefits of cashless transactions and were educated on using MobiKwik wallet.

“MobiKwik is committed to support the government of India’s mission of a cashless economy, that is free from the plague of black money and corruption. We are thankful to Shri C R Paatil for taking this initiative to spread awareness about mobile wallet at the grassroot level by interacting personally with masses to address their inhibitions,” said Upasana Taku, cofounder of MobiKwik.

The roadshow started from Chikli, which is one of the most talked about Adrash Villages in Nawasari, constituency of Shri CR Paatil. From there, the roadshow travelled to every corner of the city, enabling the transformation of this cash dependant trade city into a cashless city.

The mobile wallet claims to have over 40 million users and has registered over 2.5 lakh merchants. The company said it has registered an enormous 400% growth in Surat since demonetisation. People in big markets, malls, petrol pumps, highway tolls, small street vendors are all getting enrolled with the app for cashless transfers.

On November 8, PM Narendra Modi announced a historic decision of demonetisation to enable and promote a cashless economy in India. Since then, MobiKwik has been in the forefront of promoting wallet transactions and helping masses overcome the challenges of cash crunch.

Last week the company had launched a lighter version of its mobile wallet called Mobikwik Lite that can be used even a slow data plan and the app takes less than 1 mb storage space on users’ smartphone.

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