ESF As PNG First Fitness Company To Feature Online Payment

TechInPacific – East Street Fitness (ESF) has featured online payment for its customers thanks to a partnership with Bank South Pacific (BSP).

Customers can now pay all ESF personal, group, and offsite training packages and the ‘East Street Fitwear’ line with the new payment model.

“Our customers pay for services via EFTPoS, direct deposit, and sometimes cash. Online payment brings convenience to the table. Everything is online nowadays especially marketing.” Co-founder of EFS Florence Daple said.

 “Having the ease of transitioning our client from an online ad, straight to our own checkout counter for one of our packages or products, is the greatest thing!” ‘

Co-founder William Moaina elaborates on the company’s mission and goals for the future. “ESF’s promise to customers is to be with you every step of the way of your fit and health journey, fighting for you, with you and alongside you, to look and feel your ultimate best.”

“We are specialized in personal training using boxercise, weight training, TRX, and circuit training as well as diet and nutrimental aid. We also provide certified personal trainers, physiotherapists, and sports massage professionals.”

As the first fitness company in PNG to embrace online payment technology, Moaina encouraged businesses to integrate themselves into the payment model.

“We highly recommend businesses incorporate online payments onto their websites because it is a fast, easy, a safe way in tracking their payments and there is ease from e- advertising to payment transition. For us, it has taken so many failed attempts in order for us to discover the BSP online payment gateway and we are certain it will be the added bonus we need for our business.”

Source: Facebook (ESF)

ESF began its journey in 2018 and has since grown a customer base of 50 and more, with the latest expansion situated at 7mile in Port Moresby with a 24-hour operation service.

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