Eventbrite looks beyond Cork for new hires
The event facilitation firm opened its first Irish office in 2011
Eventbrite, the multibillion-euro tech firm, plans to cast its “recruitment net” out to Dublin, Galway and Limerick as it adds new staff to its Irish operation.
The San Francisco-headquartered company opened its Cork office in 2011. The unit started as a customer service hub and now oversees the firm’s finance operations in Europe.
Eventbrite‘s Irish staff have predominantly been based in Cork to date, but the firm is now looking beyond the...
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