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215 new jobs for Dublin & Waterford

Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Jobs Minister Mary Mitchell O'Connor today announced the creation of 215 new jobs in Dublin and Waterford at 9 IDA client companies. 

The new jobs will be spread across a number of sectors with a range of activities such as software engineering, finance, sales, technology, customer support, operations and marketing.

The companies creating the new jobs are:

(40) Endura Technologies (International) Ltd, is adding 40 engineers to its Irish operations resulting in a 50+ strong R&D team by the end of 2018.  

(35) MacStadium, the Mac hosting authority announced today that it has established its first European data centre and international headquarters in Dublin, creating 35 information technology jobs over the course of 3 years.

(35) Smartfrog, a leading ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) start-up, today announced that it will create 35 new jobs at its Dublin Office.  

(20) Cloudbeds, a leader in hospitality property management system software, announces their plans to create approximately 20 new jobs over the next two years at their Dublin office. 

(20) Energenetics, a global provider of talent development solutions, announced the opening of its EMEA headquarters in Dublin’s IFSC to serve its growing international client base. With its roots in Denver, Colorado, USA, Emergenetics EMEA plans to hire 20 people for its Dublin office over the next 3 years. 

(20) Telnyx - plans to hire up to 20 network, develops and site reliability engineers in the next year.

(15) Compar AG, a leader in specialised image processing and robotics provider today announced it will establish an Engineering Development and Sales Centre in Waterford, with the creation of 15 highly skilled jobs over the next few years.

(15) Paragon 28, Inc. is hoping to hire as many as 15 employees over the next year for functions such as engineering, operations, accounting, marketing and quality.

(15) TPGS a leading international financial and economic modelling service provider, today announced the opening of an office in Dublin and will create 15 jobs in Ireland.

For more information read the press release on the IDA Ireland website here.