Qashio Partners with Emirates Skywards and flydubai

Qashio, a UAE-based fintech business, has announced a strategic relationship with Emirates Skywards and flydubai.
Qashio, a UAE-based fintech business, has announced a strategic relationship with Emirates Skywards and flydubai.

UAE-founded fintech company Qashio has unveiled a strategic partnership with Emirates Skywards, the renowned loyalty program of Emirates, and flydubai. 

This collaboration allows customers to convert Qashio Points, earned through business expense card transactions, into Skywards Miles, unlocking exclusive benefits and travel rewards.

Qashio’s Innovative Loyalty Program:

Qashio Points, the loyalty program Qashio offers, is designed to reward customers using Qashio business expense cards. 

The platform enables users to accumulate points from various business expense transactions and seamlessly convert them into Skywards Miles for individual employees, providing access to Emirates Skywards’ diverse perks.

As business travel is expected to rebound to pre-pandemic levels by 2024, Qashio aims to enhance customer experiences through this partnership. 

The collaboration grants Qashio customers exclusive travel benefits, including flight rewards and upgrades, with Emirates, one of the world’s largest international airlines.

Qashio’s Commitment to Customer Value:

Armin Moradi, CEO and co-founder of Qashio expressed the company’s privilege in partnering with Emirates Skywards. 

The collaboration strengthens Qashio’s commitment to providing customers, particularly business leaders, with valuable and tailored rewards through its innovative expense management platform.

Qashio’s Growth in the UAE Fintech Landscape:

Founded in Dubai in 2021, Qashio has positioned itself as a leading business expense and expense management solution in the UAE. 

The platform offers virtual and physical business expense cards and robust software capabilities, facilitating seamless expense management, automated reconciliation, and additional financial services for businesses.

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