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Project Managers are responsible for planning, organising, and directing the completion of specific projects for an organisation while ensuring these projects are on time, on budget, and within scope. Depending on the company and it's road map, Project Managers can be brought in as contractors to complete a specific project or can be full-time permanent staff tasked with working on a number of different projects. As such, Project Managers earn on average £57,000 in the UK, but can earn in excess of £125,000 in FinTech.

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Product Managers are the leaders of a specific product that a company offers. For example, if a company offers a cross-border payment solution then the product manager attached to that product would be in charge of the development of new features, utilising a combination of market research and customer feedback. Product Managers will often work hand in hand with the software development team to make changes to the product, whilst working alongside product marketers who's job it is to promote that. Product Managers earn an average of £50,000 in the UK, but can earn in excess of £100,000 when working for top technology firms.

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Tod Bamber

Tod Bamber

Senior Relationship Manager - Sales

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