According to bank provided information, the overall goal of the project is to help PalPay implement its mobile wallet business, and through this, contribute to increasing access/usage/financial inclusion in Palestine of more un(der)served populations. The project will provide advisory services in five main areas: (i) business planning and strategy, (ii) product design and user experience, (iii) channel management, (iv) market and customer acquisition, and (v) data analytics.
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