As part of Chip & PIN Solution’s 10th anniversary celebrations, we’re delighted to host a special ceremony to celebrate our landmark year!
To mark our decade at the forefront of the card processing industry, we’re bringing together a number of long standing customers, suppliers and key business partners to celebrate with us.
Hosted at our Bishop’s Stortford headquarters in Hertfordshire, we’re excited to welcome a variety of guests – including the Mayor of Bishop’s Stortford, Cllr Mrs Diane Hollebon.
Speaking ahead of the event, The Managing Director of Chip & PIN Solutions, said:
“I think I speak on behalf of everyone here at Chip & PIN Solutions when I say it’s a real honour to be able to celebrate a decade of operations.
“Throughout the past ten years, we’ve worked hard to develop card processing solutions that benefit our customers and revolutionise the way they do business.”
We’re looking forward to sharing our day with several notable figures, including:
- Our close partners, the National Market Traders Federation.
- The Mayor of Bishop’s Stortford, who will be presenting us with a unique award.
- Members of the local press and many more figures of the Bishop’s Stortford business community.
- Long standing key suppliers such as First Data.
With a range of new and exciting product developments in the pipeline, we’re really excited for the future.
Please keep returning to the Chip & PIN Solutions blog for more news and pictures from our 10th Anniversary party!
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