Espion eyes expansion into Britain

Dublin company Espion plans to expand into the British market to maintain sales in a difficult economy. Established in 2001, Espion employs 15 staff at its offices in Stillorgan, Co Dublin, and was ranked fourth in Deloitte’s Fastest 50 listing in Ir

21st February, 2009

Dublin company Espion plans to expand into the British market to maintain sales in a difficult economy. Established in 2001, Espion employs 15 staff at its offices in Stillorgan, Co Dublin, and was ranked fourth in Deloitte’s Fastest 50 listing in Ireland for 2007.

Last month, it was granted Qualified Security Assessor status by the Payment Cards Industry (PCI) Security Standards Council.

‘‘Tackling and conquering Britain is our next biggest challenge,” said Colman Morrissey, managing director of...

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