Send announces landmark new partnership

Send announces landmark new partnership

Send, the Queensland-based international payments specialist, is celebrating a double success this week with both a rebrand and a landmark commercial partnership.

The fintech firm, headquartered in Southport, has unveiled a fresh visual identity together with a new website as the latest milestones in a period of continued growth.

Concurrently, the business has also announced a new venture with Travel Money Group, a wholly owned subsidiary of Flight Centre Travel Group, one of the world’s largest travel companies.

As part of the agreement, Send will provide its technology and infrastructure to underpin Travel Money Transfers, the online international money transfers solution available at, with the potential to expand to a range of the Group’s other brands in the future.

“We’re delighted to welcome Travel Money Group to the Send partner network,” said Paul Billing, Send CEO.

“International currency transfers is a fiercely competitive marketplace and we’ve worked closely with their team to solve some existing challenges and provide a cutting-edge platform for its customers,” continued Billing. “This launch, in parallel with our vibrant new rebrand, marks an exciting time for all of us at Send, and we believe it underlines our ambitions for 2021 and beyond.”

The new Send website, which offers information on partnerships for corporate clients, as well as an innovative foreign exchange portal for consumers, can be accessed at