Wednesday April 1, 2020

Seopa: putting customers in touch with a better deal

Belfast fintech company plans to create 31 new jobs within two years

8th March, 2020
Greg Wilson, chief executive, Seopa. Picture: Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker

Every year, more than three million people in Britain use software developed by Belfast company Seopa to compare prices for a whole range of financial products from hundreds of different providers.

The fintech firm, which specialises in creating and running price comparison engines, plans to double its workforce in the city over the next two years.

Seopa runs CompareNI.com, a price comparison site in the North, and Quotezone.co.uk, an insurance comparison platform in Britain....

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