Euro Asia Pay Adds 187 New Countries to Its SideKick(TM) Platform via Cohort Go Integration

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Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – June 2, 2021) – Euro Asia Pay Holdings Inc. (CSE: EAP) (“EAP” or the “Company“), a fintech solutions provider in the North American and international education industry, is pleased to announce that through a planned integration with Cohort Go, a leading edtech company, EAP has added 187 new countries to its signature SideKickTM Card network. The SideKick brand is now able to support students from a total of 241 countries studying in Canada, making the Company’s platform an unmatched service in this nation.

EAP believes that the Cohort Go integration will provide SideKick Card users with access to the most competitive international exchange rates. Domestic transfer options will also be introduced to 26 new countries, which will enable users to bypass complex international banking systems, eliminate payment delays and receive their money faster.

“Incorporating Cohort Go’s services into the SideKick Card platform represents a significant step towards expanding our key markets in target countries that chose Canada for educational opportunities, therefore increasing our user acquisition,” commented Peter MacKay, EAP’s CEO.

“Based on extensive industry feedback, many educational agencies and institutions have expressed how it can be difficult understanding and executing international bank wire transfers for their clients. We chose to address this issue innovatively. With Cohort Go, the SideKick platform is able to service a wider audience from countries that weren’t supported before, such as South Korea, the Philippines, Bangladesh, Hong Kong and Turkey. We are happy to support these international students and their families with our mobile platform giving them a better option to pay for their living expenses while in Canada,” Mr. MacKay added.

Additionally, integrating Cohort Go’s services into the SideKick platform will enable the faster processing of international payments to enhance customers’ daily operations and free up much-needed resources and time for agencies from these countries to focus on the student experience.

“Through our partnership with Euro Asia Pay, we have combined our shared expertise to set new standards for easy personal finance and education-related transactions. More service providers catering to international education will also benefit from our unique technology and expand their marketplace. Together, we are addressing evolving needs in the global education sector,” said Glenn Bedford, Global Head of Sales, Cohort Go.

Rollout of the digital integration comes into effect immediately and students enrolled in SideKick now have access to all the unique features offered by Cohort Go.

About Euro Asia Pay Holdings Inc.

Euro Asia Pay Holdings Inc. is a developer of innovative financial solutions for the next generation of consumers. Its first product, SideKick™, enables parents to transfer, control and monitor payments to their children in a simple, intuitive manner. The product includes a student-facing mobile application, a prepaid student payment card and a parent portal, among other features.

To learn more about EAP’s products and services, visit www.euroasiapay.com.

About Cohort Go

Cohort Go is a leading edtech company that connects the international education community. Recognised for growth and innovation, Cohort Go’s online platform offers a tailored experience for students, agents and educators by reducing costs and increasing choice and value. The Cohort Go global network includes over 2,000 education providers and agents and more than 100,000 students from over 180 countries.

On Behalf of the Board of Directors

Peter MacKay
Chief Executive Officer & Director

For further information, please contact:

Peter MacKay
Chief Executive Officer & Director
(800) 508-8813
ir@euroasiapay.com

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