Worldnet in hiring spree as US takes up chip and pin

Dublin fintech firm will create 50 jobs within 18 months

29th May, 2016
John Clarke and Will Byrne, co-founders of WorldNet Picture: Maura Hickey

Done deal:50 new jobs

The clincher:“Eighty per cent of our business is in North America now. We’re essentially a US company that is accidentally based in Cherrywood” – John Clarke, co-founder, Worldnet

Dublin fintech firm Worldnet will create 50 jobs within 18 months in response to rising sales in the US, which is moving to chip and pin payments for credit and debit cards.

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