On Tuesday, May 23, Payscout Chief Operating Officer Juan Sotelo returned to his Alma Mater at UCLA to address the Bruin Entrepreneurs, a student-driven group of future leaders, on the merits of top company cultures.
Cultural empathy is a key component of Payscout’s ability to guide entrepreneurs through the process of taking their business cross-border. Cultural empathy is the ability to accept and understand another cultural point of view, and on April 13, Payscout Co-Founder and President Manpreet Singh volunteered his time to support Turban Day, an event designed to engender cultural empathy.
In the payment industry, regulatory decisions in Washington can be disruptive to our customers and the payments ecosystem as a whole. That's why Payscout proudly sponsored the ACA International Washington Insights event this week and advocated on behalf of entrepreneurs in our nation's capital.
Cross-border ecommerce represents a tremendous opportunity for enterprising entrepreneurs, but the opportunity comes with a caveat: Cross-border fraud is on the rise. Fortunately, emerging technologies are adding advanced layers of fraud protection to facilitate safe, secure transactions that enable entrepreneurs to maximize the opportunity.
One of Payscout’s core Cultural Attributes is Customer Happiness. This simple, yet essential, principle is a key driving force behind the company’s success in one of its specialty verticals: Accounts Receivable Management (ARM).
Payscout CEO Cleveland Brown spent the morning of February 15 at his alma mater, UCLA, delivering a guest lecture to 75 bright minds in Professor Hopenhayn's Economics of Entrepreneurship class at the Anderson School of Business.
Coincidentally, the guest lecture he delivered was both about – and itself a reflection of – Payscout’s Culture. Mr. Brown spoke to the students about achieving their entrepreneurial dreams through a commitment to creating culture through the foundation of a Vision, Mission Statement, Cultural Attributes, and Belief.
On Thursday, March 2, Payscout partnered with the Jefferson Awards Foundation to support the Students In Action leadership training event in Downtown LA.
The Jefferson Awards Foundation launched the Students In Action program in 2006 with a goal of developing today's students into tomorrow's community leaders. The three pillars of the program are Leadership, Engagement, and Impact, and on Thursday, over 140 high school and middle schoolers from the greater Los Angeles area gathered for a day spent honing their leadership abilities.