Edenred International


We’re the world leader in prepaid services – and have been since 1962. Since we began as Ticket Restaurant meal vouchers in France, we’ve expanded and transformed ourselves to offer real economic and social benefits for business and their employees.


Edenred is committed to forging and nurturing relationships with all of its stakeholders, based on dialogue, win-win benefits and mutual responsibility:

  • Companies and public authorities, concerned with being a good place to work, with motivating their teams and optimizing their performance.
  • Beneficiaries, who appreciate the simplicity and convenience of service cards and vouchers in making their lives easier.
  • Affiliated merchants, seeking to increase their revenue, retain their customers and secure their transactions.
  • Public partners, looking to improve the effectiveness of their social and economic policies, to deliver benefits and to ensure the traceability of funds allocated to benefit programs.


Edenred operates in 42 countries, with more than 6,000 employees, nearly 660,000 companies and public sector clients, 1.4 million affiliated merchants and 41 million beneficiaries.

 

Map showing Edenred's Global Presence

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