Small Business Pulse

In an effort to better understand the ongoing sentiment, concerns, and priorities of small businesses, Visa surveyed business owners on how they are navigating challenges with optimism and determination.

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Visa | TipTap Pay

From local sports associations to national charities, Visa enables Community Partners to support the causes they care about most. Build your brand and do good for your community with a TipTap Pay touchless giving™ solution.

Get to know the Gen Z audience

Understand the Gen Z and young Millennial audiences, how they like to make payments, and how you can reach them.

Serving our communities

From financial education to emergency relief, Visa is committed to uplifting people and communities everywhere.

Supporting small business

Visa is dedicated to helping your small business clients thrive, knowing that when they succeed, we all do.

Merchant Offers Program

Includes over 30 offers, negotiated and managed by Visa, and is a cost-effective way to deliver value to your cardholders.

Visa Online

Your one-stop shop destination for doing business with Visa.

Navigate the future of payments

Your digital destination for data-driven insights and perspectives on payments and commerce.

Propel your business with economic insights from Visa Business & Economic Insights (VBEI)

Visa’s in-house team of global economists provide up-to-date analysis on the latest trends in consumer spending and payments.

Discover how Redwood Credit Union enhances member experience with instant digital card issuance using Visa Digital Enablement SDK

Redwood Credit Union has leveraged Visa Digital Enablement SDK to implement a digital card issuance service, allowing members to instantly receive a digitally issued credential within their mobile app for uninterrupted access to their accounts. This has accelerated their digital-first strategy, optimized member experience, and positioned them for future digital payment capabilities.

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