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Monday, May 20, 2024

Centtrip agrees its biggest yet Global Touring Card partnership with Royal Opera

Centtrip, the UK’s premier financial technology company providing leading intelligent treasury management services for the music, film and TV production industries, is supporting the Royal Opera on tour in Japan this September.

The Royal Opera has chosen to partner with Centtrip to support 300 musicians, cast and team members while they are performing classics such as Faust and Otello in Tokyo and Yokohama, as part of cultural exchanges between the UK and the Land of the Rising Sun.

Crew members will Centtrip’s ground-breaking Global Touring Card, a Mastercard that holds up to 15 currencies at any one time, for per diem payments and other expenses.

Using its award-winning technology, Centtrip can load an entire touring group’s individual cards in local currency simultaneously. This can be done as frequently as required, which saves time and provides increased efficiency and cost savings. It also removes the associated risks of carrying large sums of money while on tour.

The Royal Opera has chosen to work with Centtrip because of the fintech’s strong reputation and extensive client base within the music sector, which sees it servicing over 500 international clients in the industry. Over the past 12 months, the company has already seen a huge increase in demand for its products and services from the wider creative industries, in particular the film and TV production sector.

Simon Liddell, Director of Music, Film and Entertainment at Centtrip, said, “It is great to see that our award-winning products such as the Centtrip Global Touring Card are being used around the world by major artists and international music companies. We are very proud to be working with such a prestigious organisation as the Royal Opera on what, I am sure, will be an extremely successful tour of Japan.”

 

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