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Groupon, a global leader in local commerce, today announced the official opening of its International Engineering and Marketing Centre in Dublin. The office will serve as a Research and Development hub, responsible for the development of technology platforms that will be used across Groupon’s 500+ local markets worldwide. Nearly 100 highly skilled roles have already been created with plans to expand to 200 over the next two years.
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Colour merchandising company Color Communications Europe Ltd., based in Castlerea, is to add 20 new jobs.
Dell creates a new Commerce Services R&D Centre in Ireland to Support Digital Growth, creating upwards of 50 highly skilled software professionals to be recruited to drive the transformation of Dell’s online platform
LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network on the internet, has announced plans today to invest in its international headquarters in Dublin after acquiring a 17,507sq m site at Wilton Place. The new site has capacity to see LinkedIn’s current Irish workforce grow from 600 to 1,200 people in the future. Construction work on the new International headquarters will begin in May 2015 with building works expected to be completed at the beginning of 2017.
Citrix announced today that it will increase its Dublin workforce by 50 new employees by the end of 2014, meaning that the company headcount in Ireland will grow to 265 people. The open positions include roles in sales, IT shared services and technical support.
Filtertek Ireland, an ITW Medical company, is set to expand its operations, adding 35 new manufacturing roles over five years, bringing total employment to nearly 100 people.
Over 1,150 overseas companies have chosen Ireland as their strategic location in Europe
SolarWinds, a leading provider of powerful and affordable IT management software, expects to create up to 100 new jobs over the next two years at the company’s Cork office.