Mobile firm Ding ‘looking at expansion and acceleration’ with €300m investment
Pollen Street Capital acquired a majority stake in the Dublin business, which will use the money to create 50 jobs and expand further internationally
Ding, a Dublin based international mobile top-up business, intends to use the €300 million investment it has received from Pollen Street Capital to create 50 new jobs, broaden its product portfolio and expand into more markets.
Pollen acquired a majority stake in the business, which was founded by Mark Roden, with its investment last week. This is the first time in Ding’s 15-year history that it has taken on external investment.
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