The seasoned entrepreneur is poised to mentor the Middle East and Africa expansion for Wadzpay and provide strategic vision and insights at the board level.
Blockchain payments Wadzpay Worldwide has welcomed Ram Chari as their latest board member and director in the company.
With over 30 years of experience in global payments business models, software & technology scaling, and deep expertise on market commercialisation, he has operated business in markets such as Australia, India, Hong Kong, and Singapore, while having regional exposure in North America, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia-Pacific Japan.
“WadzPay has created a scalable blockchain-based payment system which is market leading and a front runner in enabling a platform that connects the old and the new world of digital enablement of payment that is interoperable, robust and scalable. It’s just the starting point that enables breakthrough for frictionless and scalable use cases, including addressing the financial inclusion challenges,” said Ram Chari.
The seasoned self-made entrepreneur has been busy building on his exposure to various business sectors. In the last ten years, he has developed deep working relationships with global investors in identifying M&A investments, and helping founders raise capital. With his latest role, he will oversee blockchain payments development for Wadzpay, while strategising regional expansion infrastructure and commercialisation.
“Ram is an industry pioneer helping to redefine payments infrastructure globally, he is the perfect addition to our board, and his track record has been proven over 30 years of experience in various market and regional roles across the world. We look forward to working together to accelerate our strategy in building and scaling seamless payment digital platforms,” said Anish Jain, Managing Director and CEO of WadzPay.
Ram Chari also currently holds Advisory or Board Member position for companies like YAP Holding, M2P Solutions, and Ayekart LLC.
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