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Arc-net creating 50 jobs for Belfast and Edinburgh

Arc-net creating 50 jobs for Belfast and Edinburgh

August 09
11:02 2016

iHcMzcav_400x400Arc-net has announced that it will be creating 50 news jobs in Belfast and Edinburgh via business accelerator programme.

Kieran Kelly, a Northern Ireland entrepreneur founded technology outfit arc-net last year. The company develops technology to help fight food fraud. Kieran is hoping to grow his business with another 50 staff in Belfast and Edinburgh.

“The Entrepreneurial Spark experience has been transformative, helping me to really focus the product on its best application – the food industry,” he said.

“I’ve also had fantastic support with pitching and marketing, which have been invaluable in winning business with the large companies we are now working with.

“We currently employ 15 people, but are just about to begin further recruitment to bring this up to 50 to meet demand for the solution.

“Roles will be in development, sales and marketing, and data analysis, and they will be based in Belfast and Edinburgh.”


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