May 17, 2022

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Payment services provider to create 50 jobs following office redevelopment

Payment services provider Worldline says it will create 50 jobs in the Nottingham suburb of following the redevelopment of its site in the town.

Worldline is a global operator in design and operation of digital payment and transactional tools, working mainly the transport, retail and hospitality and financial services. The team based has been based at Beeston since 2009 and primarily supports the UK rail network. The company currently has over 5,000 vacancies globally and will shortly bring in a new cohort of 50 apprentices who will be inducted through the Beeston site.

Worldline has been working with Leicester based workplace consultant and commercial fit-out specialist Blueprint Interiors and Derby based workplace tech and audio-visual solutions provider TecInteractive. The project will involve the transformation of 14,000 sq ft of office space. At the heart of the transformation is a learning and invention suite, where Worldline will host industry colleagues and customers in a state-of-the-art immersive experience.

James Bain, CEO of Worldline UK&I said: “Our people are the most important part of our business, it is fundamental for us that we provide our people with the best possible environment to work in. Our approach embodies the future culture of our business supporting our Dynamic Working principles in a post covid environment. The investment we are making in our Beeston office is not a refurbishment but a complete transformation that we hope will inspire and motivate our people, enabling them to collaborate, invent and work to the best of their abilities.”

Lee Jones, project manager from Worldline added, “We have worked closely with Blueprint Interiors and TecInteractive who have been brilliant and their advice has been inspirational. They have helped us to truly get under the skin of what our people need from their workplace. We are really excited to commence works and look forward to welcoming our people to use the refurbished spaces when the project is completed in June.”

Chloe Sproston, creative & commercial director at Blueprint Interiors, added: “The new office will provide range of flexible hybrid working solutions that can be adapted according to the needs of its people. Whether this involves collaborative sessions, focused work, or social interactions – the new space, the furniture and the workplace collaborative tech chosen can be easily reconfigured to suit all future needs. On top of this, Worldline are totally committed to ensuring their people feel safe returning to work.”

Tom Bamford from TecInteractive said: “The new office will provide the latest in presentation and collaborative tech across all meeting spaces. As so many meetings are now video calls, we have designed the spaces to be a great experience for all participants, whether they are in a meeting room or connecting in from home. This helps everyone feel part of the discussion and get the most from every collaborative session. The learning and invention suite along with the immersive room will provide a space focused on telling the Worldline story to customers as well as being a high-end space for training and presenting products in a futuristic and impactful way.”