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MessageBird Announces 50 new jobs for Dublin

The cloud communications company will create 50 jobs at its new Dublin office.

MessageBird Announces 50 new jobs for Dublin

MessageBird has announced that it will create 50 new jobs in Dublin as it expands its European operations with a new international office. The cloud communications company already has a strong global workforce, with the Dublin office being the company's 4th in Europe and 8th location internationally. With a rapidly growing European customer base, the new office will provide the additional resources to support these customers as MessageBird continues to grow.

The 50 roles created at the new office will be recruited for over the next two years, with initial recruitment focussing on hiring for sales, customer success and support responsibilties. These initial hires will play an integral role in launching the Dublin office as the company strives to meet the needs of its fast-growing European customer base. Robert Marzo, Vice President of Sales Strategy and Business Operations for MessageBird, is confident that Dublin's "thriving tech start-up scene, and its highly skilled labour pool" will enable MessageBird to experience even greater success in the European market.

Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys TD, echoed Marzo's statement, reaffirming Dublin's position as an international tech capital, and alluding to the exceptional talent within the Irish ICT sector. Mary Buckley, Executive Director of IDA Ireland further emphasised the potential of Ireland's highly skilled workforce to attract international investment and highlighted the ease and efficiency of setting up an international hub in Dublin. 


About MessageBird

MessageBird boasts an impressive client portfolio, including household names like Lufthansa Airlines, Hugo Boss, and Google. The company's cloud communications platform is trusted by more than 15,000 customers globally, and with the establishment of the new Dublin office, that number is set to continue to grow.


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