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Dave Russell 07/05/2021

8 IDA-Backed Tech Companies To Create 185 Jobs Across Ireland


Recently, IDA Ireland has announced that eight high-growth companies will be recruiting tech professionals for 185 new job roles to multiple locations around the country. Most of the companies, which are from Europe and the US, have decided to set up EMEA headquarters in Ireland, with support from IDA.

Eight tech companies are creating jobs across the business and technology sectors with a range of activities like business development, software development, marketing and sales, and tech support. These new roles will be in Galway, Dublin, Cork, Dundalk, and Shannon with some getting these jobs over the next three years.

Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar, TD, stated the brand new jobs are a perfect vote of self-assurance for the rustic. He said these new jobs are a great vote of confidence for Ireland.

Here’s a comprehensive list of companies hiring for various tech roles:

  1. Renovo Motors

A top automotive data management software company, Renovo Motors, is creating 30 jobs with the establishment of its Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) headquarters and software development hub in Shannon, Co Clare. This expansion will be creating 30 jobs and the company will recruit in the areas of software architecture and development, programme management, engineering, and AI in the coming months.

  1. TrustLabs

With blockchain fintech company TrustLabs setting up its European headquarters in Dundalk, Co Louth, 20 jobs will come over the next two years. The Dundalk facility will support operations, risk, compliance, customer support, and product management activities.

  1. Oomnitza

IT asset management platform Oomnitza has recently announced the creation of 25 new engineering and product jobs over the next three years for the setting up of their European headquarters in Ireland. The business works with organisations and provides them solutions to manage and optimise their IT asset portfolio across IoT, cloud, hardware, and software.

  1. Ellab

Ellab, is a validation and monitoring solutions company that helps life science and food companies to optimise their processes. The company has acquired two Irish organisations – QualUs in Cork and Instrument Technology in Meath – in last 1 year. Ellab is now expanding its Cork facility by creating 20 new jobs.

  1. Neuroons

Leading tech company Neuroons, which specialises in data intelligence, IoT, and AI, is establishing headquarter in Dublin. A subsidiary of Spanish tech company OpenSistemas, Neuroons will be hiring 20 professionals for various roles in data engineering, data science, and DevOps.

  1. LogicManager

Boston-based risk management software company Logic Manager will be establishing its EMEA headquarters in Dublin, creating more than 30 jobs over the next 3 years. This continues LogicManager’s European expansion that began with the establishment of a data centre in Germany. The Dublin headquarters will be providing IT operations and sales, customer advocacy, and business advisory consulting.

  1. Terawe

IT consultancy company Terawe intends to recruit 20 professionals in its new European headquarters in Ireland that will act as a central hub for its business expansion to the UK, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Terawe is creating new roles in areas like business development, software and product development, account management and support.

  1. Blacksquare

Blacksquare – a digital alcohol e-commerce platform – is setting up its EMEA headquarters in Dublin. The Canadian company plans to operate a remote model across Ireland and create 20 jobs over the next 3 years in software development, project management, and supply chain nationwide.

Each of these jobs is being supported by IDA Ireland. Martin Shanahan, CEO of IDA Ireland, said the spread of the investments shows IDA Ireland’s commitment to bringing roles to regional locations.

He commented, “Our value proposition and our agile and adaptable business environment remains intact despite the unprecedented challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic and IDA Ireland continues to compete strongly for every investment won for Ireland.”


Dave Russell

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