Bodog to take punt on Irish operation

The online casino operator Bodog is to set up an operation in Ireland. The company has appointed CBRE’s corporate real estate team to locate new services for it in Dublin, and is seeking an initial 1,000 square metres which should be ready for handov

16th February, 2008

The online casino operator Bodog is to set up an operation in Ireland. The company has appointed CBRE’s corporate real estate team to locate new services for it in Dublin, and is seeking an initial 1,000 square metres which should be ready for handover by June 1.

The company will initially employ 70 people but is seeking an option within its lease to grow its presence in Ireland within the first five years. Bodog has...

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