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Software company creating 15 jobs after £1m boost

A co Londonderry marketing software business is creating 15 jobs after landing £1m from US investors.

Zymplify, which is based in Portstewart and produces software to help businesses automate and simplify advertising and marketing, secured backing from Boston entrepreneurs John Campbell and Steve Lesser.

Michael Carlin, the chief executive of the company, said: “We set up the business in 2013 and already have a team of talented people.

“We have been fortunate to have the support of Invest NI, helping us create an additional 15 new jobs, as well as helping us secure this investment.”

Des Gartland, north west regional office manager for Invest NI, added: “We have been working with Michael and Zymplify since 2013 to help support him with his business growth.

“It is great to see the company secure this private investment, on top of the support that Invest NI has offered.

“Our help will directly support the creation of 15 new jobs in Portstewart.

“There will be a variety of new roles created.

“These will be in the areas of digital marketing, technical support and sales.”

Invest NI offered the company £97,500 towards the new positions.

“We will continue to work closely with the company to support its future plans and help it realise the full potential of this investment,” Mr Gartland said.


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