Contis starts 2019 on a high

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Contis, the award-winning banking, payments and processing services provider is on a turbocharged growth mission for 2019, launching a new brand design, new website and initiating a hiring push for the new year. Having recently moved to a new larger and inspiring London office in the heart of Mayfair, and advertising a raft of new exciting roles, Contis is feeling very confident about the future and therefore accelerating growth.

The banking and payments technology solution provider has had a landmark 2018, being featured in the Sunday Times Top Tech Track 100 fastest private growing technology companies, launching its innovative ‘fast-track’ programme for start-ups and fintechs with global payments giant Visa, and gaining a UK consumer credit license following its acquisition of Paze Finance Limited.

Now at the start of 2019 Contis is unveiling:

Contis Brand – new look and feel, and new website: The Contis brand redesign introduces an even more more distinctive logo and identity and includes a total overhaul of its website ( which is dynamic and content rich. The redesign of both the brand and website was a project led by Justin Skinner who recently joined as new Marketing Director. The new design work will help clients to even better understand the breadth of the Contis offering.

New hires: Building upon its existing talent and their success, Contis is currently looking to hire across EMEA in order to fulfil its ambitious growth strategy in a variety of senior business, technical, and customer roles. This includes a brief for the Baltic and Western European market.

New office: Contis’ London office has recently moved to the beautifully sleek Park House building in the heart of Mayfair, between Bond Street and March Arch. Designed to accommodate a growing team catering for strong growth in the UK market, especially in the FinTech capital London, the new larger London office is an inspiring, open plan office within a co-working office environment set on the top floor with stretching views over South London.

Flavia Alzetta, CEO, Contis, said: “Contis has really distinguished itself in 2018 with strong growth and enhanced industry recognition, laying the groundwork for an ambitious 2019 and beyond. Our new brand, London office and hiring plans are a statement of the business that we have become; exciting, innovative, customer focused and built for growth.”

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