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122 new jobs

Posted by Francis O' Toole on October 22, 2012

Five fast-growing emerging companies – Consero, Extensys, KeyedIn Solutions, DITA Inc and ZenDesk – are to create 122 new jobs across Ireland in locations that include Letterkenny, Dublin and Limerick, the IDA revealed this morning.

Consero, a market leader in creating industry-specific events and providing collaborative learning solutions for senior-level executives, is to establish its European headquarters in Dublin with the creation of 20 jobs over a three-year period.

ExtenSys Inc., an IT company providing high-value added internet traffic management solutions, is to establish a sales and technical support office in Limerick, with the creation of 25 jobs.

KeyedIn Solutions, which delivers cloud-based technology solutions and consulting to improve companies’ operational and business performance, is to establish a European software development, sales, marketing and technical support centre in Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, with the creation of 20 jobs.

DITA Inc, a global leader in optical designs and whose products are sported by pop star Lady GaGa and footballer David Beckham, is expanding its EMEA headquarters and distribution centre in Dublin, with the creation of 10 new positions, bringing its workforce to a total of 30.

ZenDesk, a leading provider of web-based customer support software, is to establish its finance and development centre in Dublin, with the creation of 30 jobs over the next two years.

“Targeting high-growth emerging companies is a key part of this, as these companies will establish deep roots here from early in their growth and make a substantial impact on our economy,” the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton, TD, explained.




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