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eurochange doubles its investment in Hull

04 Aug 2017

 
Our new branch in Hull is located in the Princes Quay Shopping Centre and marks our 146th branch in total.

From its first mention in literature in the 1200s, Kingston upon Hull has been a leading transport hub, with the monks of Meaux Abbey shipping their wool near and far. Now Hull is the UK’s ‘City of Culture’. 

“As we continue the exciting expansion of our branch network we couldn’t be happier to open our second branch in Hull. With a university that educates over 16,000 students per year, we believe that eurochange can add valuable services and employment opportunities for the city” Giles Custerson, Managing Director at eurochange.

eurochange Hull will provide a wide variety of services: over 70 travel currencies available to individuals and businesses, as well as an International Payments service allowing money to be sent overseas via the same banking systems that high street banks use.

Our marketing-leading Click & Collect service allows you to order your currency online to a branch of your choice, either paying to receive or reserving the web rate of the day, and allowing collection from just 60 seconds after ordering! 

The new branch has also created 5 new jobs, with the total number of staff across the business now at nearly 600. If you’re interested in making the next move in your career and becoming a foreign exchange expert – please get in touch, we’d love to hear from you.

We actively ask for feedback from our customers to improve our products and customer experience, and we regularly run competitions, giveaways and other promotions that include cash prizes and even holidays!

For the chance to win £250 in a currency of your choice, visit your new Hull branch to pick up an entry leaflet.

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Interesting Fact: Did you know that Hull had its own telephone exchange? The phone boxes were Cream, not Red!  
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