HUMBL, a U.S. fintech that delivers mobile payments and financial services, announced on Monday it has teamed up with One Kiosk, a Nigeria fintech specializing in local merchant ordering and deliveries, to pilot the HUMBL Mobile Pay, HUMBL Point-of-Sale (POS) and HUMBL Hubs delivery network, for contactless delivery of local goods and services such as groceries, restaurants, and pharmaceuticals. The collaboration with One Kiosk comes just after HUMBL announced formed a new partnership with India’s payment service Digital India Payments Limited to help with its expansion into the country’s market.
According to HUMBL, One Kiosk pairs local merchants with online ordering and delivery services, often within 1-2 kilometers of one another, enhancing local African economies through global technology, fair wage youth job opportunities and a local supply chain. One Kiosk claims it currently delivers across a network of more than 40,000 local merchants in Nigeria. Speaking about the partnership, Adeshina Adewumi, CEO of One Kiosk, stated:
“Particularly with COVID-19 – we’re seeing a boom here in Nigeria around online ordering, delivery platform and in-home service requests. With One Kiosk, we can turn any local retailer into a HUMBL Hubs online merchant, and that’s a powerful economic driver in any community.”
HUMBL also revealed it will be teaming up with One Kiosk to deliver end-to-end HUMBL Hubs Mobile ordering, payments, tipping, rating and reviews to boost customer relationship management (CRM) – along with contactless “1-Hour Click and Receive” delivery programs from driver-to-doorstep in the African corridor.
As previously reported, HUMBL describes itself as a mobile, financial services company that financial products, including HUMBL mobile app, HUMBL Mobile Pay, HUMBL POS Tablets, and HUMBL Hubs agent locations. The company has a growing presence in the Asia Pacific, Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa, the Middle East, and Oceania.