Reward To Create Up To 60 New Jobs In Belfast

Reward, Europe's largest card-linked offers and loyalty platform provider, is to create up to 60 new jobs in Belfast.

The firm has announced plans to set up a new software team.

The Lord Mayor, Councillor Nuala McAllister, said: "Just earlier this week, we saw the opening of the new Immersive Lab in the city centre, a venture which will further cement our city’s position as a hub for the creative and digital sectors. This investment by Reward is a further boost to our credentials as a city at the cutting edge of technological advancement of every kind, and a testament to the will and desire of everyone concerned to attract top quality investors to Belfast, for the betterment of both the city economy and our people as a whole."

Reward currently employs 80 people at its offices in London and Hertfordshire.

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