Irish FinTech New Payment Innovation eyes rapid growth with 100 new hires

New Payment Innovation (NPI) aims to capture 20% of the Irish card payments market in the next three years.


The Dublin-based company continues to buck the market trend of decline and redundancies, by delivering rapid growth with 100 new hires by the end of 2024.


With an investment expected to reach €2m by year end, NPI has recently relocated to its new headquarters in Citywest to support their continuous expansion.


Carl Churchill, Managing Director of NPI, commented: “We are incredibly excited about the recent developments at New Payment Innovation as we move into our new premises and continue to expand our team to serve our rapidly growing customer base. 


Our investment in our facilities and the recruitment of exceptional talent highlights our commitment to delivering industry leading payment solutions and driving the growth of the Irish fintech sector underpinned by exceptional customer service. We look forward to further building our team and making a lasting impact on the industry and our customers’ business.”


NPI added 25 staff since January with their new HQ designed to accommodate up to 80 employees in its current form with additional on-site expansion opportunities up to 250.


This substantial growth highlights NPI’s strong commitment and focus to the Irish fintech sector. NPI continues to make it easier for consumers to pay and businesses to get paid, with leading technology and an unwavering dedication to customer satisfaction.


It is also providing exciting new career opportunities for the talented people that have found themselves on the wrong side of technology contraction in Ireland.


NPI’s journey thus far includes securing significant contracts with leading organisations, contributing to its substantial growth trajectory. As NPI makes strides in capturing a substantial share of the Irish card payments market, the company remains dedicated to delivering unmatched payment solutions that empower businesses and drive economic progress.


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