Visa opens a global tech hub in Poland. 1500 specialists are to be hired

Visa, a multinational financial services corporation with operations in more than 200 countries, has announced its plans to open a global technology and product hub in Poland. According to iTwiz, the hub is going to be the first project of this kind in Central and Eastern Europe.

There are currently 29 vacancies: 27 in Warsaw and 2 in Poznan. You can apply, here.

  • In general, it will be Visa’s fifth global technology and product hub of high strategic importance. Poland, where Visa has operations since 1995, is increasingly recognized as a place where the best specialists in the field of technology can be found. This hub is also reflecting the company’s desire to create innovations and invest in the European region.
  • Over the next few years, 1,500 technology specialists are going to be hired for work in the Polish hub.

“Poland has highly qualified employees and a thriving IT sector. That’s why it’s the perfect place to find new talent and create new payment solutions with our partners and businesses. The next wave of our products and innovations will be even more exciting as we are now focusing on next-generation artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and the resilience and availability of our network for all who use it,”

Rajat Taneja, President of Technology at Visa, commented.
  • This investment is intended to support the 24/7 innovation development model and further drive the rapid development of digital commerce and payments. It also prioritizes on supporting local talent and creating opportunities for them.

“Diversity and inclusivity are important values ​​to us. As Visa grows, we are committed to ensuring that our organization increasingly reflects the rich potential of the communities where we live and work. In Poland, this means recruiting from a diverse pool of talent, including candidates from Ukraine and other parts of the region,”

 Charlotte Hogg, CEO of Visa Europe, added.