CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--C&H Financial Services, Inc. (“C&H”), an award-winning top U.S. Merchant Acquirer, announced today their Affinity Partnership with the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii. The union aims to deliver Fintech solutions to merchants throughout the Islands of Hawaii and accelerate growth of Chamber membership.
“We share our vision of fulfilling the needs of each merchant by strengthening their use of payments technology. By applying C&H’s patented Cash Discount Program, Merchants will benefit from greatly discounted or even free payment processing solutions to increase profitability and pump revenue back into the local economy,” said Anthony Holder, CEO of C&H Financial Services, Inc.
“We look forward to working with C&H Financial Services, Inc. to serve our members and provide them with an additional option for their payment solutions,” added Chamber of Commerce Hawaii President & CEO Sherry Menor-McNamara.
“The joint venture between C&H and the Chamber of Commerce will produce fiscal opportunities for clients of the Star-Advertiser and we are excited to be an integral part of this alliance,” said Dennis Francis, President & Publisher Honolulu Star-Advertiser.
About C&H Financial Services, Inc.:
C&H is an award-winning U.S. Merchant Acquirer providing credit & debit card processing services, small business loans, merchant cash advances, PCI Compliance, POS Systems & Payment Gateways, ACH, and Gift & Loyalty programs to nonprofits, municipalities, and companies in diverse sectors. Named the Most Outstanding Payment Processing Provider of 2018 by Corporate Vision Magazine, a Top 59 Acquirer by the Nilson Report and the #3 Top Financial Services company in the U.S. by Inc. Magazine, C&H Financial Services, Inc. maintains an A+ BBB rating while Anthony Holder, CEO, has been named CEO of the Year by Acquisition International and currently serves on the Forbes Finance Council.
About the Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii:
As the “Voice of Business” in Hawaii, the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii is a statewide, non-profit organization whose mission is to serve as the advocate for business in Hawaii. The Chamber works on behalf of its 2,000+ member organizations to advance the state’s economic climate and help the business community to thrive locally, nationally and globally.
About The Honolulu Star Advertiser:
Honolulu Star-Advertiser printed its first edition on June 7, 2010 after the merger of the former Honolulu Star-Bulletin and The Honolulu Advertiser newspapers. It is the only daily newspaper on Oahu with circulation reaching 270,000.