Square wants to enter the European market

The American payment company Square has plans to expand to Europe. That appears from three vacancies with location London and Dublin.

The listed company of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has mainly focused on the American market.

In June Square has already done a test in London. And Square will probably also be the first to start there.

Square will have to compete with the Swedish iZettle or the British SumUp. All these companies supply credit card readers in combination with tablet boxes.

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