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Pip IT takes cash transfer system to 25 new countries

9th June, 2019
Julian Callaghan and Ollie Walsh of Pip IT. Michael Dillon

Fresh funding of €1.3 million will see Galway fintech Pip IT expand into 25 new territories internationally in the months ahead.

The company’s second investment round closed last April led by Chicago-based fintech fund West Loop Ventures.

Also in the round were state agency Enterprise Ireland and a number of angels in Ireland, Britain and the US.

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