E-payments startup Bridge raises £2.5m

Bridge, an e-payment technology startup, has raised £2.5 million as the e-commerce sector continues to expand.

The company acts as an integration layer to reduce complexity for merchants and their customers.

The investment, from Gloag Investment Group, is aimed at growing Bridge’s presence in the UK e-commerce and e-payments space and further develop its technological innovation.

Brian Coburn, chief executive of Bridge, said: “E-commerce has been tested to the limits during the pandemic, when businesses have been forced to pivot and innovate to find new ways of engaging customers all the way through to the end of a purchase.

“With a single integration, Bridge puts control back in the hands of the merchant so that they can offer the speed, convenience, personalisation and trust that customers want from online retail.”

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