Party on!

Global tech giants have not only brought jobs to Ireland, they’ve also imported the culture of lavish client entertainment and staff parties.And Irish companies are following suit

5th July, 2015
Google spent €200,000 on its Christmas party in Dublin last year

You might be forgiven for thinking that Body and Soul was the only festival worth talking about last month. Unknown to most, there was another, more private, affair.

Crowds assembled to dance on the grounds of Old Belvedere Rugby Club on Anglesea Road, Dublin 4. There was music in circus tents and amusements at the funfair. The festival was for Google’s 2,500 employees.

Leave it to the tech companies to disrupt the corporate entertainment market.

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