VisionPay joins the Hoops Capital team

The Brydens Lawyers Sydney Kings and Brydens Sydney Uni Flames are proud to announce VisionPay as a major partner for the NBL22 and WNBL 2021-22 seasons.

VisionPay is a payment services provider who cover payment gateway, in store terminals and advanced fraud screen solutions.

Located in Sydney, VisionPay is a 100% Australian owned and operated business. With offices in North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific VisionPay has a truly global footprint that allows it to connect Australian businesses to the rest of the world.

Businesses of all sizes, from the freshest start-ups to the largest enterprises, use VisionPay to accept payments online, in-store, and on mobile.

Chief Executive Officer Admir Nasic said VisionPay was excited to partner with the Sydney Kings and Sydney Flames.

“We’re very excited to be partnering with Australia’s most successful basketball club, featuring both Sydney Kings and Sydney Flames,” Mr Nasic said.

“The association with the club will play a major part in our continued growth and brand positioning not just in Australia but also the US market as we build on our local and global growth initiatives.

“Thank you to the Hoops Capital Basketball Group that were instrumental in putting this together and we look forward to a successful and long partnership.”

CEO of Hoops Capital Basketball Chris Pongrass said the Kings and Flames were proud to partner with another Australian owned business and industry leader.

“We are thrilled to have VisionPay as part of our team,” Mr Pongrass said.

“The Kings and Flames take great pride in our relationships. Like on court, it is a team effort and we are thrilled to be able to help VisionPay continue to grow their brand and reach through our association.”

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