Visa credit-card company, through its startup collaboration lab, Innovation Studios, has partnered with Israeli fintech firms: Mesh Payments Inc., ChargeAfter Ltd. and Zooz, which was bought last year by the online payment firm PayU for a reported $80 million.

Financial specifics of this development have not been disclosed.

According to Calcalist, “in early 2018, Visa added Tel Aviv to the list of cities in which it operates a startup collaboration lab—an office space where startups can try and integrate their technology with Visa’s payment system and reach retailers using Visa payments globally.”

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