Only one in three adults in Asia-Pacific is financially literate. In an era marked by complex economic systems and ever-evolving financial landscapes, the importance of financial literacy cannot be overstated.
Lakshmipriya Baskar was in her final year at university when she was first introduced to PayPal. An employee-focused culture and the ability to make an impact on the community encouraged her to apply for a software engineer internship with the values-driven company.
In celebration of PayPal’s Small Business Month in May, the Singapore Community Impact team held its inaugural Small Business Marketplace at PayPal’s Suntec office.
The competition for today’s top talent requires some innovative thinking, particularly in any industry involving technology.
In an interview with Shradha Sharma, Founder of YourStory, Chandni Nihalani spoke about PayPal’s legacy in India and how it has been serving local customers with a suite of options and solutions...
This year, PayPal’s Singapore Development Centre (SDC) celebrates 15 years of powering global payments, driving innovation, and fortifying our defences against evolving threats.
Along with the changing structure of workplaces during the two years long crisis, came the transformation in work culture too.
Women have made major strides in achieving economic equity over the last several decades. PayPal recognizes the importance of enabling women’s financial inclusion.
Read about how Michelle Chui, Head of Government Relations for Hong Kong, South Korea and Taiwan, is using her experience to inspire the next generation of talent.
Learn how Carrie Xiao, a 16-year PayPal veteran, is championing a culture of inclusion as a customer solutions manager with the Customer Solutions team in China.