241 jobs will be created in eight IDA-supported companies


Eight companies supported by IDA Ireland create 241 new jobs across Ireland.

Jobs are created by European and American companies in Dublin, Galway, Letterkenny and Limerick.

Jobs will be created in technology and business services, including marketing, sales, engineering and software development.

“Our value proposition and our agile and adaptable business environment remain attractive to high-growth companies. These companies are choosing Ireland as a location to serve and grow their customer base because of Ireland’s established track record as a technology hub in Europe,” said IDA Managing Director Martin Shanahan.

He added that he welcomed the “local spread” of the new roles.

Among the companies creating new jobs is Workato, an enterprise automation platform that will create 50 sales, marketing and engineering jobs over the next three years. Its Irish base opened last September.

Technology solutions provider Bluecrux plans to create 50 jobs by 2025. The company opened its first Irish office in Galway last May and a second in Dublin in March.

GeistM, a marketing technology company based in New York, will establish its EU headquarters in Dublin, which will manage all of the company’s clients outside the US.

The Irish base will grow to 40 staff over the next two years, with positions available in account management, engineering, marketing and business development.

Swiss technology company Travizory Border Security will create 40 jobs at its development center in Letterkenny over the next two years.

Evolv AI, provider of experience optimization solutions, will make Ireland the “focus” for its European team, growing to 25 employees by 2024. The company will create positions in sales and marketing, among other things. Evolv AI already has team members in Dublin and Limerick.

Swiss company Hader Solutions opens its first medical equipment distribution center in Dublin and hires 18 people over the next three years.

Refapp, a Swedish provider of cloud-based reference checking solutions, will establish its EMEA distribution center in Dublin, creating 15 jobs over the next three years.

Censys, provider of Continuous Attack Surface Management, plans to double its size in Ireland every six months and hire an additional 13 people by 2024. 241 jobs will be created in eight IDA-supported companies

Fry Electronics Team

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