Testimony | Vanilla Pay

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July 18, 2022

Le service appui aux entreprise de la Chambre de Commerce France-Lituanie a apporté son expertise et son soutien à la start-up Vanilla Pay dans sa démarche d'évaluation d'implantation en Lituanie. Ci-dessous le témoignage de Andry RANDRIAMANAMIHAJA, CEO et cofondateur de Vanilla Pay.
  • Pouvez-vous faire une courte prĂ©sentation de votre entreprise et de votre position au sein de celle-ci ?
    “Je suis Andry RANDRIAMANAMIHAJA, CEO et cofondateur de Vanilla Pay. Notre startup fintech a pour ambition d’offrir  aux touristes internationaux, un nouveau moyen de paiement, sécurisant et confortable, et surtout à valeur ajoutée.”
  • Pourquoi avoir ciblĂ© la Lituanie ?
    “Nos premiers cibles sont les touristes européens visitant l’Afrique. Pour se  rapprocher de nos clients et bien sûr de gagner leur confiance, nous avons étudier toutes les possibilités, y compris de localiser notre siège sociale en Lituanie, le pays des fintechs en Europe.”
  • Quel est votre retour par rapport Ă  l’accompagnement fait par la Chambre de Commerce France-Lituanie ?
    “Du concret, et tout de suite. Merci au Président de la Chambre.”
  • La mission a-t-elle rĂ©pondu Ă  vos attentes/objectifs ? ĂŠtes-vous satisfait ? 
    “La mission a bien répondu à nos attentes. L’accompagnement est réel. Nous en sommes très satisfaits.”
  • Recommanderiez-vous les services de la Chambre de Commerce France-Lituanie ? Et pourquoi ?
    “J’inviterai avec plaisir, tous les entrepreneurs qui souhaitent se développer en Europe d’étudier la possibilité d’une implantation en Lituanie via la Chambre de Commerce France-Lituanie. Leur réseaux est telle que cela ouvre plus facilement les portes. La dynamisme et l’implication de l’équipe favorisent beaucoup le développement du business.”

Pour en savoir plus sur Vanilla Pay : https://www.online.mg/

The business support service of the French-Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce provided its expertise and support to the start-up Vanilla Pay in its assessment to set up in Lithuania. Below is the testimony of Andry RANDRIAMANAMIHAJA, CEO and co-founder of Vanilla Pay.
  • Can you give a short presentation of your company and your position within it?
    “I am Andry RANDRIAMANAMIHAJA, CEO and co-founder of Vanilla Pay. Our fintech startup aims to offer to international tourists, a new secure and easy means of payment, secure and comfortable, and above all with added value.”

  • Why did you target Lithuania?
    “Our primary targets are European tourists visiting Africa. To get closer to our customers and of course gain their trust, we studied all possibilities, including locating our headquarters in Lithuania, the Fintech country in Europe.”

  • What is your feedback on the support provided by the French-Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce?
    “Concrete, and right away. Thanks to the President of the Chamber.”

  • Did the mission meet your expectations/objectives? Are you satisfied?
    “The mission met our expectations. The support is real. We are very satisfied with it.”

  • Would you recommend the services of the French-Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce? And why?
    “I would gladly invite all entrepreneurs who wish to expand in Europe to study the possibility of setting up a business in Lithuania through the French-Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce. Their network is such that it opens doors more easily. The dynamism and the involvement of the team are very helpful for the development of the business.”

More info on Vanilla Pay : https://www.online.mg/

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