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MPowa embarks on recruitment drive

22 November 2012  |  2475 views  |  0 Source: mPowa

Mobile payment innovator mPowa has announced that it is expanding due to growing demand and new customer wins.

The company, which recently signed a major deal to supply its devices and payment infrastructure to First National Bank in South Africa, is growing the team at its London office and is recruiting for a number of roles.

Dan Wagner, Chairman and CEO of mPowa, said, "We are really pleased with the recent success we have had with mPowa, particularly with the number of enquiries for our product. The white label solution for mPowa that helps companies maintain their corporate identity while becoming more mobile with their payments, has been of particular interest and our recruitment drive will help to service this new demand."

New recruits are also being sought for the company's e-commerce arm Powa, which rolls out SaaS platforms for the like of Electrolux, Robbie Williams, and Barclaycard. All will be based in the central London offices which houses both companies.

Dan continued, "We're particularly interested in strong Product Managers, especially those with front-line start-up experience and an unreasonable drive to deliver brilliant products. They will play an important part in our future growth within the payments industry and will have a unique opportunity to own and deliver ground breaking new products."

mPowa recently exhibited at trade show Cartes in Paris and has been inundated with strong leads following the exhibition. It is planning a new bout of aggressive growth in the New Year and will look to establish itself in a number of international markets, focussing on banks, telecoms providers and large corporations. 

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