New digital agency sets €1.5m target for first year in business
MWi managing partner Declan Kelly says the company is hoping to create 30 jobs by the beginning of 2023
MWi, a new digital agency in Dublin, plans to create 30 jobs over the next 18 months and generate €1.5 million in its first year of operation.
The business is the first international office of Mediaworks UK, which is based in Newcastle and employs 150 staff. The firm has no connection to Mediaworks, the Dublin-based company which is part of Core Media.
“We’re aiming to help Irish businesses improve their digital footprint. Covid-19 accelerated everything from a digital...
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