KB Kookmin Card links up with 7 start-ups to boost income

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KB Kookmin Card links up with 7 start-ups to boost income

KB Kookmin Card has joined hands with seven different offline-to-online (O2O) service app start-ups doing various businesses ranging from logistics, shoe-shining, chauffeur and pet-care to car sharing and car repair, on Thursday as part of efforts to keep attracting customers and boost income. Participating companies included GoGoVan Korea, Green Car, PetDoc, Ddingdong and What Shoe.

A separate O2O service zone, which showcases mobile order services and offers additional discounts, will open next month on the KB Kookmin Card’s mobile app card called K-Motion.

With the Thursday business agreements, the card company now has 18 partners affiliated on the app card.

KB added that its O2O business will focus on cooperating with start-ups and developing joint business ideas with the KB Financial Group’s fintech center.



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