MobiusPay Receives 'Power Partner Award' From Inc. Magazine

MobiusPay Receives 'Power Partner Award' From Inc. Magazine

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Online payment processor MobiusPay has landed a spot on Inc. Business Media's second annual Power Partner Awards list.

The list recognizes 389 firms working in numerous sectors, including financial services, health and wellness, marketing and advertising, legal, logistics and productivity, among others.

“All 389 companies in the list were noteworthy, receiving top marks from clients for helping leadership navigate the dynamic world of startups,” said a MobiusPay rep. “These B2B partners support entrepreneurs by managing key facets of the business. Partners handle essential tasks like hiring, compliance, infrastructure development, cloud migration, fundraising, and more, so founders can focus on their core missions.”

Scott Omelianuk, editor-in-chief of Inc. Business Media, stated, “Trusted B2B partners provide guidance and expertise that founders rely on at various steps of their organization’s journey. Partners that possess a demonstrated ability to deliver quality support are at the core of entrepreneurship and help bring big ideas to life.”

MobiusPay's president and founder, Mia Hyun, said, “We’re honored to be named to Inc’s Power Partner Awards, amongst so many other incredible and worthy candidates. We wish our fellow honorees the very best.”

To view the complete list, visit Inc.com.

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