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Intercom plans 200 new jobs for Dublin

Des Traynor, chief strategy officer at Intercom, said the reason for the hires was to create more products for the messaging business

4th March, 2018
Des Traynor, co-founder, Intercom

Intercom plans to create 350 new jobs over the next 18 months, including 200 at its Dublin headquarters. The move, which will also see Intercom’s San Francisco and London offices doubling in size, will bring total staff at the business to over 800.

Des Traynor, chief strategy officer at Intercom, said the reason for the hires was to create more products for the messaging business.

“Our success has always been predicated on having fantastic products that connect...

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