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CarFinance 247 to boost workforce by 20%

CarFinance 247 plans to hire more than 125 additional people to meet the growing needs of the company as it responds to significant consumer demand.

The online car finance marketplace has seen strong growth post-pandemic as the UK gets back on the road again, with demand for car finance online increasing rapidly.

Reg Rix, co-chief executive of the 247 Group, said: “As our business continues to grow, we’re looking to build our team so we can continue to provide stellar service to all consumers. We’ve worked hard to build our company culture over the years and are looking for people who are positive, passionate, and driven to help us take 247 Group to the next level.

“While strengthening our sales division, we’re also aware that consumers are increasingly looking for a digital car buying journey. By hiring some of the brightest minds in the business to increase our technical capabilities and drive this digitisation forward at pace, we’ll soon be able to serve our consumers in ways that would have been unimaginable pre-pandemic. “

CarFinance 247 is now hiring across its divisions with a focus on building an enhanced sales team. There are be additional roles in technology and data, developing a new cloud-based CRM, as the business continues to strengthen its reputation as the UK’s destination for online motor finance.

The company is also offering apprenticeship opportunities across its finance, HR, and technology functions.

Daniel Graham, chief technology officer at the 247 Group, added: “We are proud to be able to offer 125 new roles to people in the North West, after what has been a challenging year for our region in particular. We’re looking to expand both our sales and technology teams, with a broad range of opportunities on offer. Successful applicants can look forward to a fast-paced yet supportive working environment, an extensive training programme, competitive commission structure, and scope for progression.”

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