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November 10, 2016

Moorepay 50 years young: making payroll & HR easy since 1966

Happy birthday to us.
Happy birthday to us.
Happy birthday dear…

You get the idea.

Moorepay is 50 years young today, celebrating our golden anniversary in right royal fashion.

The bunting is strung, the cake has been despatched, and a lot of people are wearing some very fetching badges.

We share a 1966 birthday with the king of cake, Mr. Paul Hollywood, and while it’s not clear what he’d make of our efforts today (there’s no gears or peacock feathers to be seen) you can be sure it’ll all get eaten.

Moorepay also shares a 1966 birthday with pop royalty, the wonderful Rick Astley.

His approach to love is kind of like the approach we take to our clients – just check these lyrics from seminal pop anthem ‘Never gonna give you up’:

A full commitment’s what I’m thinking of
You wouldn’t get this from any other guy payroll & HR provider

Snappy.

Seriously, in these economic times we’re really proud to celebrate our golden anniversary. It’s a milestone not many companies make it to (in fact the average lifespan of a business like Moorepay is just 15 years, and falling).

So to celebrate this achievement we’ve put together a short video, and we’re running a competition today (November 10th) – just like or share the video on LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter to enter:

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About the author

Stuart Clough

About the author

Stuart Clough

Stuart (MCIPR) is a trained journalist, writer and marketer with ten years' experience in B2B, public sector and employee communications. A former marketing consultant and agency client-lead, Stuart is responsible for communications and content at Moorepay.

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