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In April to March 2021 , Fetch recorded 88,000 registered users, 109 live venues, and 27,000 transactions.
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Payment app accepted onto International business programme for scale ups

An on-premises food and drink order-and-pay application has been accepted onto the Mayor’s International Business Programme.

In April to March 2021 , Fetch recorded 88,000 registered users, 109 live venues, and 27,000 transactions and states the numbers continue to grow monthly.

With the help of the Mayor’s International Business Programme, FETCH is hoping to build on these numbers, with an expansion plan that will see the company branch into new territories.

Part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the Mayor’s International Business Programme helps ambitious scale ups from London’s technology, life sciences, creative and urban sectors to expand their businesses internationally.

The 12-month programme provides world-class support and advice for international business success, including bespoke, on-the-ground support in key global markets.

Dhaval Gore, head of the Mayor’s International Business Programme at London & Partners, says: “I am delighted to welcome FETCH to the Mayor’s International Business Programme (MIBP).

“To date, the MIBP has helped more than 1000 high-growth London companies win business in international markets, creating more than 1700 jobs for the global economy. We are extremely proud to be shining a light on what London’s fastest-growing businesses have to offer overseas.”

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