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Belfast IT firm prepares for €750,000 Dublin expansion

Belfast based IT consultancy firm Leaf is investing €750,000 as part of its expansion into Dublin. The move will see 13 new jobs created initially.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
3rd August, 2014
Steven Goldblatt, managing director, Leaf. Picture: Pacemaker

Belfast based IT consultancy firm Leaf is investing €750,000 as part of its expansion into Dublin. The move will see 13 new jobs created initially.

Leaf, which currently has 40 staff, primarily deals with SMEs and public service clients in the Belfast area.

The firm’s managing director, Steven Goldblatt, told The Sunday Business Post that the move to Dublin represents a significant opportunity for growth.

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