Boxbollen, a playtech startup based in Stockholm, has partnered with Juni, a digital commerce finance platform, to leverage its rapid global growth.
Gamification of everyday duties has increased in popularity recently as a way to push people to do them. It encompasses the gamification of physical activity, which is Boxbollen’s primary business focus.
Jacob and Victor Eriksson, co-founders of Boxbollen, say, “This partnership is a welcome step towards achieving our goal of a Boxbollen kit being in every living room in America. We are inspiring an at-home fitness movement and are confident that this festive season will see Boxbollen kits gifted far and wide, as family members urge each other to get fit and have fun doing it.”
Boxbollen is able to view all of its financial expenditures in full openness thanks to Juni’s centralised approach to financial management.Boxbollen had to rely on several banks and single currency cards to handle their daily financial affairs prior to joining forces with Juni.
Samir El-Sabini, CEO and co-founder at Juni, says, “We love working with disruptive and innovative companies that offer consumers something new, and Boxbollen is the perfect example of that. They’ve built a strong brand, a unique product offering, and have achieved tremendous growth.”
For e-commerce companies, Juni improves daily operations by assisting with cash flow optimisation and financial management from your intuitive user interface.
The Boxbollen Pack, Boxbollen Pink, Boxbollen Black, and the Family Pack are the four items that the playtech firm sells. Because they are made for both indoor and outdoor use, clients have the freedom to engage in physical activity whenever and wherever they choose.