SumUp partners with Shutterstock to provide visuals for e-commerce

Payments service provider SumUp has partnered with Shutterstock, a creative platform offering solutions, content, and tools for organisations.

Merchants using SumUp Online Store can revamp their online storefronts, and have access to Shutterstock’s library of images, including Smart Image Recommendations.

Launched in May 2020, SumUp Online Store allows merchants to show their products and accept online payments from a global audience.

The Shutterstock integration is the latest solution launched by SumUp over the past year to help businesses navigate current operating restrictions.

These solutions include the introduction of payment links and invoicing options, online selling functionalities, and gift card collaborations with Google, Facebook and Instagram.

SumUp said this feature can give greater visibility to their businesses and improve their brand personalities.

Access to images comes at no additional cost to customers, and is included within SumUp merchants’ existing subscription plans.

Alex von Schirmeister, executive vice president for Europe at SumUp, said: “We’re happy to be able to offer our merchants this new feature of access to millions of images to revamp their online stores.”

“It’s important now more than ever that small businesses have the means to trade in the e-commerce space in order to take on larger competition.

He added: “This partnership with Shutterstock will do just that, giving them more visibility to grow their customer bases.”

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