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Blueface believes Italian job will pay off

Blueface is taking its first steps into international expansions following the launch of its new Italian operation, Blueface Italia.

27th April, 2013
Alan Foy, chief executive, Blueface. Photo: tony o'shea

Blueface, the Dublin-based IP telephony company, is taking its first steps into international expansions following the launch of its new Italian operation, Blueface Italia.

The move follows the company's acquisition of Italian brand Kebu last November. Blueface chief executive Alan Foy said that Italy would eventually be followed by other European countries in the future.

Foy said that the company chose Italy because it had had a pre-existing relationship with Kebu and its chief executive,...

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