Five high growth companies creating 132 jobs with new Irish operations - fifty jobs will be created at the new EMEA HQ in Dublin of San Francisco-headquartered software analytics company New Relic NeoMed, Inc, which manufactures enteral nutrition delivery devices also said today that it’s setting up its EMEA headquarters in Dublin, with the creation of 22 jobs. This operation will be responsible for all sales outside of the US.
Also in Dublin, StartingDot, the Paris-based internet domain name registry business, is establishing a finance and operations centre in Dublin creating 10 jobs across a range of activities including sales, finance, IT and customer support.
CapSpire, a global consulting and solutions company serving the energy industry, is opening its first international office to allow the firm to better serve its existing European clients. The company will create 20 new jobs at its new Dublin office business consultancy and software development.
Seko MedTec Solutions, an operating company of Sutherland Global Logistics (SGL), plans to set up a European control centre in Galway, with the creation of 30 jobs.
“IDA Ireland has set up a specific division to focus on attracting these high-potential, high-growth companies to Ireland at an early stage of their development,” said Barry O’Leary, CEO, IDA Ireland. “Ireland’s reputation as a location for fast-growing businesses to expand into international markets continues to grow. We hope to have the next Amazon, Google and Oracle in this group of companies.”