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Ben Pfisterer

Ben Pfisterer is CEO and Co-Founder at Zeller, the Melbourne-based fintech reimagining business banking for Australian businesses. Ben is devoted to building technologies, products and services that help make commerce seamless for businesses. Ben has extensive financial services experience across local and global organisations. Most recently, he was Head of APAC and Australian Country Manager at Square, and prior to that held senior leadership roles across commercial, innovation and emerging products at Visa, NAB and Jetstar.

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late payments

How to minimise late payments and help your cashflow

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digital payments

Why digital payments are the smartest move for your business

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Why you should invest in cloud based payments this financial year

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Choose a point of sale tool that will give a smoother and faster experience for your customers.
issues

Investing in the new financial year: tools to set you up for success

There are more options than ever in affordable and powerful tools that empower you to manage operations on the go.
St Kilda Rickshaw using Square

Square Reader arrives in Australia

Sellers using Square Reader pay only 1.9% per card transaction, and this is the first time Australia is seeing one low, ...