Flextime eyes British expansion as it opens office in Manchester
The Dublin-based flexible working technology business is seeing increased demand for its services
Flextime, a Dublin-based flexible working technology business, is opening its first British office in Manchester, amid increasing demand for its services that includes a deal with the British passport office.
“We’re focusing more on Britain because we have some brilliant projects going on over there. We work with all the passport offices, that covers 4,000 staff,” Ciarán Rowsome, chief executive and founder of Flextime, told the Business Post.
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