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Trasy Lou Walsh, GM of Atome Singapore & Malaysia

12-Jul-21 10:00

Available To Me

Atome is a leading Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) platform in Asia, which found its way to Malaysian shores last quarter of 2020. It is part of Advance Intelligence Group, a Series-C AI-driven technology company in Singapore, which is now working to partner online and offline retailers in the region to increase conversions and grow average orders and customer segments. We speak with Atome Malaysia & Singapore General Manager, Trasy Lou Walsh about the platform’s rapid growth in Malaysia, and how Atome supports the local retail industry to flourish, recover and respond to the growing demands of today’s consumers.

Image Credit: Atome | atome.my

Produced by: Audrey Raj

Presented by: Audrey Raj


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