Dublin has received encouraging news on the careers front as six North American high growth tech companies have announced plans to expand, creating 320 new jobs in the capital
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Dublin has received encouraging news on the careers front as six North American high growth tech companies have announced plans to expand, creating 320 new jobs in the capital.

All six companies are actively recruiting for roles in their Dublin operations including engineering and software development, business development and sales, finance and operations and multilingual customer support.

Squarespace announced that it is to expand its EMEA Headquarters in Dublin with the creation of 160 new jobs over three years. Currently employing 115 people in a variety of customer care and support roles, the company is to expand the operation increasing its headcount to 275 by the end 2018.

Amazing.com is planning to create 50 jobs over the next three years. In order to serve its growing international client base, Amazing.com plans to locate its Global Support and Technology Development Centre in Ireland, employing 50 people in customer experience and product/technology development roles. Roles will include customer team members, software engineers, and office admin.

Asana is establishing an Operations Centre in Dublin to meet growing global demand. The privately held software company plans to initially hire 30 people by 2017.

Pond5 plans to open an Operation Centre initially creating up to 30 high quality software development jobs over three years in Dublin.  Pond5 is one of the world’s most exciting and fastest growing ecommerce companies offering a diverse collection of video footage.

Wave2Wave – an innovator in the network connectivity industry announced today that it is establishing its International Headquarters in Dublin, employing 30 people over three years. Wave2Wave is the emerging leader in network connectivity for Data Centres. The International Headquarters is responsible for Sales and Marketing, Finance and Operations and will commence R&D activity in 2016.

Primary Integration – a leading mission critical facilities/data centre global commissioning and operational risk management consulting organisation, has opened a new office in Dublin and expects to create 20 new roles by the end of 2016 for project managers and commissioning engineers.

“Ireland has become a launchpad for high-growth companies from across the world. Ireland, and our talented workforce, will play a big part in the next phase of the development for these companies as they embark upon their next phases of expansion,” said Martin Shanahan, CEO IDA Ireland.

“It’s worth remembering that many companies that started out with modest plans are now some of the top employers in Ireland, making a significant contribution to the economy. Since 2010, 130 high growth companies have been attracted to Ireland as a place from which to access the European market.”

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Dublin has received encouraging news on the careers front as six North American high growth tech companies have announced plans to expand, creating 320 new jobs in the capital. All six companies are actively recruiting for roles in their Dublin operations including engineering and software development, business development and sales,...