ClearScore to create 200 jobs at new HQ

Mar 2017

One of the fastest growing Blenheim Chalcot ventures ClearScore has welcomed Matt Hancock MP, to officially open its new London headquarters.

The new facility in Vauxhall was opened to accommodate ClearScore’s rapid growth: 4m people in Britain now use ClearScore’s services. ClearScore employing 100 people at the moment plans to create 200 new jobs over the next three years at the site.

Matt Hancock MP, Minister of State for Digital and Culture, said, “ClearScore is a great example of the young companies driving forward our booming digital economy, which is already worth more than £118bn a year and growing twice as fast as the rest of the economy. Since launching in 2015, ClearScore has already helped more than 4m people get control of their money and has also created more than 100 jobs. Their innovation, dedication and determination leaves them well placed to be the UK’s next cutting edge fintech success story.”

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The new facility in Vauxhall was opened to accommodate ClearScore’s rapid growth: 4m people in Britain now use ClearScore’s services. ClearScore employing 100 people at the moment plans to create 200 new jobs over the next three years at the site.

Matt Hancock MP, Minister of State for Digital and Culture, said, “ClearScore is a great example of the young companies driving forward our booming digital economy, which is already worth more than £118bn a year and growing twice as fast as the rest of the economy. Since launching in 2015, ClearScore has already helped more than 4m people get control of their money and has also created more than 100 jobs. Their innovation, dedication and determination leaves them well placed to be the UK’s next cutting edge fintech success story.”

Read the full article here