Belfast-based Locum Match creates jobs

Belfast-based software firm Locum Match is creating 16 new jobs.

Through its website and app, Locum Match helps pharmacies across the UK to find locum pharmacists at short notice to help cover leave or staff illness and has already secured business with four UK pharmacy chains: Boots, Well, Rowlands and Lloyds.

Regional development agency Invest NI revealed it had offered Locum Match £200,418 of support towards creating the 16 jobs, as well as for research & development and marketing. Of the new jobs, 11 are already in place.

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