Klarna BNPL service expands Global-e partnership

Klarna has expanded its Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) service to consumers across the US, UK, France, Spain, Italy, and Australia.

The Swedish FinTech’s payment option will now be available to all merchants selling internationally via Global-e’s cross-border e-commerce platform.

Global-e customers include Marks & Spencer, Forever21, Reformation, La Perla, Harvey Nichols, Hugo Boss, Skims, Anastasia Beverly Hills, Never Fully Dressed, Vincero Watches, and Etam.

“We’re seeing consumers globally demanding more choice and flexibility when shopping online and our payment options are proven to provide that flexibility and assist merchants in driving customer acquisition and conversion,” said Luke Griffiths, chief commercial officer, Klarna. “Our continued partnership with Global-e enables international retailers to offer their customers across the US, UK, France, Spain, Italy, and Australia alternative payment solutions while providing them with greater payment flexibility.”

The expansion follows the Global-e and Klarna partnership launched in 2017 across the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Germany, Belgium, and Austria.

“Klarna’s buy now, pay later solutions are proving popular as online shoppers seek additional flexibility and the convenience to pay in whatever way suits their needs,” said Shahar Tamari, co-founder and chief executive officer, Global-e. “Our partnership with Klarna further fuels our commitment to enable merchants to seamlessly expand their brand globally by offering customers worldwide a top-notch localized experience from the moment they start engaging with retailers’ online channels right up to checkout.”

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