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Kainos 'deferring' move to new-build Belfast offices after doubling half-year profits to £24m


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Confident: Brendan Mooney of Kainos

Confident: Brendan Mooney of Kainos

Confident: Brendan Mooney of Kainos

The head of Belfast IT company Kainos, which has doubled half-year pre-tax profits to £24m, has said it is likely to "pause" plans to move to new-build offices.

Revenue for the six months to the end of September at the plc - the only Northern Ireland company listed on the main London Stock Exchange - was up 23% to £107.2m, according to its interim report.

The company said it's seen increasing demand for its IT services during the Covid-19 pandemic and will be recruiting 150 new people to meet the growing demand.


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