Saturday November 28, 2020

Can Hubspot join the big boys at the top table?

The software developer is bringing 450 new jobs to Dublin, adding to its existing 800 staff here, a move that puts the company in the same club as Google and Facebook

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

8th March, 2020
Hubspot’s 450 new jobs will bring it close to having 1,000 staff here.

Hubspot’s announcement of 450 new jobs at its EMEA headquarters in Dublin points to it joining the ranks of Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Apple in gaining the ability to bend the Irish government’s ear.

There are many multinational tech employers in the country, and quite a few of them have significant presences here. But there are only a handful at the top who hold a special place when it comes to influence.


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