Blue Label's core business is the virtual distribution of secure electronic tokens of value, predominantly prepaid airtime, starter packs and electricity at present, and transactional services across its global footprint of touch points.
May 2018 Final estimated to be released on Wednesday, 22 August 2018
Blue Label was founded in 2001 by brothers Mark and Brett Levy. Its unique and entrepreneurial story helps underpin growth. Blue Label's core business is the virtual distribution of secure electronic tokens of value, across its global footprint of touch points. Operations are concentrated in South Africa, India and Mexico. Products and services include prepaid airtime, starter packs and data; prepaid electricity and water; ticketing by ticketpro; and financial and value added services.
The Group's stated strategy is to extend its global footprint of touch points, both organically and acquisitively, to fulfil the significant demand for the delivery of multiple prepaid products and services through a single distributor, across various delivery mechanisms and via numerous merchants or vendors.
Vision for the Group is to become the leading global distributor of secure e-tokens of value and other transactional services within emerging markets. Its Mission is in providing world class products and service offerings to consumers within the middle and lower tiers of the world's economic pyramid.