Dublin talent squeeze forces &Open to open Lisbon hub
The corporate gifting platform expects to have tripled its headcount by the end of this year
&Open, the Dublin-based corporate gifting platform with a long list of high-profile clients, has been forced to open a hub in Lisbon as the talent pool in Ireland has become too small, Jonathan Legge, co-founder and chief executive, has told the Business Post.
Legge who co-founded the business with Ciara Flood, his partner and Mark Legge, his brother, said &Open will have tripled its headcount by the end of this year but...
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