Tech firm brings new jobs in Caerphilly

A Caerphilly-based company, which specialises in tracking and removing counterfeit goods from the Internet, is creating 80 new jobs.

Wales Online reports NCOPRO, a counterfeit detection technology specialist, whose clients range from luxury goods companies to consumer product businesses, including the BBC and fashion house Ted Baker, has outgrown its offices in London and needs around 80 new staff, mainly analysts and developers, based in Caerphilly.

The recruitment drive is being supported by £500k investment from the Welsh government.

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