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40 Jobs for Dublin with Affero Lab

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40 Jobs for Dublin with Affero Lab


Tuesday, June 02, 2015 




40 Jobs for Dublin with Affero Lab

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton TD today announced that Affero Lab, a Rio de Janeiro headquartered e-learning company is establishing its European Operations Centre in Dublin.

The Centre will provide 40 highly skilled jobs which will focus on research and development and enhancing and developing the company’s technologies in the areas of adaptive learning, gamification, mobile learning and data analytics.

In addition, the company will employ sales and support staff to support the company’s clients in Europe, North America, the Middle East and Asia.

The investment is supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through IDA Ireland.

“Affero Lab has identified Ireland as a leading innovation hub for e-learning companies and a source of first rate software and engineering skills,” said Fabio Barcellos, chief strategy officer at Affero Lab. “The European Operations Centre in Dublin will play an essential role in Affero Lab’s internationalisation strategy, leveraging our investments in innovative products and technologies and supporting us to grow our revenues in new, international markets outside of Latin America.”

About the Company 

Affero Lab is the leading corporate training provider in Latin America with over 550 employees and the majority of the top 500 Brazilian companies amongst its clients. With offices across Brazil in Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Juiz de Fora, Affero Lab develops innovative learning solutions that combine state of the art technologies and differentiated content that contribute to improve its client’s people performance and business results.

More information on Affero Lab including contact details and careers information can be found here.

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Source: IDA Press Release

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