04/06/2018

New York Pizza Firm To Create 50 New Posts In Belfast

A New York pizza firm is to create 50 new posts in Belfast.

Slice, which provides an online and mobile ordering and payment platform for independent pizzerias in the US, is establishing a new software engineering centre in Northern Ireland.

The company enables independent local pizzerias to compete with the online and digital ordering platforms of large national pizza chains.
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Steve Harper, Executive Director of International Business, Invest Northern Ireland said: "We are delighted that Slice has chosen to establish a software engineering base in Northern Ireland, creating 50 high-quality jobs.

"The technology area in which the company works is innovative and will give employees new skills and exposure to Apple's mobile App technology, used in the iPhone and iPad. This will add to the skills base in Northern Ireland and enhance the region's software development capability."

Invest NI has offered £400,000 towards the creation of the new jobs. 11 jobs are already in place. The roles will attract an average salary of over £40,000.

(CD/LM)

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