Monzo and Johnnie Walker look to recruit hundreds of new staff

Monzo is to relaunch its paid-for accounts and is seeking to grow its headcount by 500.

The digital bank’s founder and CEO Tom Blomfield told Reuters he expects Monzo to top 2,000 staff this year, up from 1,500.

Meanwhile, the Scottish Sun reports whisky maker Johnnie Walker is recruiting for more than 160 new staff for its new global visitor experience in the heart of Edinburgh.

The whisky brand is recruiting for a number of roles including ambassadors, retail staff, bartenders, concierges and performance artists for the new visitor experience, which is due to open on Princes Street at the end of the year.

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