PayLocal is a community based company that offers payment solutions to allow its customers to place orders and make online transactions from their smartphones, tablets or computers. We help our clients shop locally and create actions that will benefit the community.
We offer a wide range of services that help customers boost their business. Our easy payment processes and low rates prompt clients to come and join hands with us. We also provide extensive IT services.
We Help the Community Grow Stronger
Some of the services that we provide to help the community include the following:
We cover personal bases
Our services are direct
We are B2B oriented
We give attention to small businesses
Anybody that wants to display their products online
We help out small vendors set up their businesses
We have affordable payment solutions, and our payment processing methods are simple and easy.
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PayLocal also enables you to display your products and services online
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Benefits of Buying Local
Clearly communicating the importance of the local economic multiplier effect or “local premium” is a key part of effective “buy local” and public education campaigns.
The multiplier results from the fact that independent locally owned businesses recirculate a far greater percentage of revenue locally compared to absentee-owned businesses (or locally owned franchises).
In other words, going local creates more local wealth and jobs.
The multiplier is comprised of three elements — the direct, indirect and induced impacts.
Direct impact is spending done by a business in the local economy to operate the business, including inventory, utilities, equipment and pay to employees.
Indirect impact happens as dollars the local business spent at other area businesses re-circulate.
Induced impact refers to the additional consumer spending that happens as employees, business owners and others spend their income in the local economy.
Local consumers flock to these corporate competitors because of low prices and the large selection of products available—sometimes at the expense of local businesses and the detriment of the community. These corporate competitors are big-box stores, including Costco, online retailers like Amazon and large brick-and-mortar retailers like Walmart.
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