Turnover hits $2.26bn at Stripe’s Dublin EMEA office as headcount tops 1,000

Tech firm founded by the Collison brothers enjoyed a successful year in 2021 ahead of a global tech slowdown this year

John and Patrick Collison: the company founded by the Irish brothers grew their operations significantly in 2021. Picture: Bloomberg

Sales at Stripe’s Dublin-based unit reached $2.26 billion (€2.35 billion) last year, an increase of 66 per cent as the online payments firm doubled its EMEA and APAC headcount ahead of a slowdown in 2022.

Newly filed accounts show the operation, which covers the EMEA and APAC regions, shrank its losses significantly last year amid significant growth.

Founded in 2010, Stripe employs more than 8,000 people globally and last year reported revenues of over $12 ...