Karma became an official Thomson Reuters partner
Today Karma and Thomson Reuters signed a partnership contract for the SME market development in The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.
Thomson Reuters is a global media holding, started the in 1851 in London as a business transmitting stock market quotations. Now it’s worldwide famous financial analytics corporation that has such competitors as Dow Jones, Bloomberg и Pearson. TRI is traded on NASDAQ (https://www.nyse.com/quote/XNYS:TRI) and Toronto (https://web.tmxmoney.com/quote.php?qm_symbol=TRI:TSX) exchanges.
The new partnership of Karma and Thomson Reuters will accelerate SME developing in MENA region. The new portal (https://www.acceleratesme.com) provides an access to the resources, support and partnership opportunities for the SMEs, that’ll be able to obtain startup guidance, business intelligence, community integration, financing or workflow solutions.
Karma cross-border p2p-loans platform will appear as a service provider at the Thomson Reuters Accelerate SME portal in 1–2 months and will act as a liquidity providing operator for the SMEs in MENA region.
We believe that this is a significant step for both Karma and Thomson Reuters. Such partnership can create a lot of new opportunities for the SMEs and will simplify access to such a vital thing for business as liquidity. Moreover, Karma will enter the MENA market, and Accelerate SME will obtain a reliable fintech partner.