As part of parent company Advance Intelligence Group, Atome launched its BNPL operations in Singapore in December 2019. In a matter of months, and perhaps in one of the most challenging periods in retail history, Atome has made significant headway, says CEO David Chen.

“Within a very short time of less than a year, we have been able to catch up to our competitors… I believe we are the biggest BNPL platform in the region,” says Chen in an interview with The Edge Singapore.

From 500 merchants in July 2020, Atome’s partners have swelled to some 2,000 in Singapore, with the likes of Sephora, Zalora, Agoda, SHEIN, Zara, Marks & Spencer and IUIGA joining Atome’s platform. In total, Atome is accepted by some 3,000 merchants in the region. 

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