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Mobile credit transfer company to expand workforce to 250

7th January, 2018
From left: Mark Roden of Ding; Terence O’Rourke of Enterprise Ireland; Heather Humphreys, Minister for Business; Pat Breen, Minister of State; Julie Sinnamon of Enterprise Ireland; and David Shackleton of Ding

Ding, the Irish mobile credit transfer company, will create 50 jobs this year, bringing its headcount in Ireland and overseas to 250.

“A big thing for us is that we built all our technology and products ourselves in-house in Dublin,” said chief executive David Shackleton.

“We are adding a very aggressive set of product and technology updates for our app and website on an ongoing basis.

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