Out of office: Strava to open Dublin office and numbers on PUP hit lowest level

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21st July, 2021
Out of office: Strava to open Dublin office and numbers on PUP hit lowest level
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Strava, the social platform which allows people to track their athletic performance, announced plans to open a new office in Dublin as part of a push for rapid growth in Europe. The company has already hired 10 employees in Ireland, and said it would double that number with an Irish premises. The platform, which is adding new users at a rate of two million a month, will add Dublin to its offices in San Francisco,...

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