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Brown Bag drawing up plans for the future

Irish animation powerhouse starts recruitment drive for highly-skilled workers, writes Gareth Naughton.

30th March, 2014

The buoyant Irish animation industry continues to grow as highlighted by the recent announcement that Brown Bag Films is once again expanding its workforce.

Having already recruited an extra 30 bodies last year to bring staffing levels to nearly 150 at its offices in Smithfield in Dublin's north inner city, the company is looking to immediately recruit another 16 people across a range of skills with plans for more.

''We currently have five productions in-house, said Susan Cunningham,...

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