Peter Rowan: ‘Failure gives us the opportunity to learn and grow stronger’
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Peter Rowan is vice-president of international operations and global customer support with YapStone, the US company that opened international headquarters in Dublin in 2012. YapStone then relocated to Drogheda and expanded its Irish office earlier this year, amid plans to create up to 50 new jobs within 12 months.
Established in California in 1999, YapStone is an online and mobile payment provider that processes payment volumes of up to $15 billion annually. It has raised $110 million to...
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