Keeping up with the Corkonians
For recruitment specialists Harvey Nash, the developing IT sector in Cork is keeping the business busier than it could have imagined
Primarily based in Dublin, Harvey Nash has 27 staff in Ireland. The bulk of the staff are located in Dublin, but with four in its Cork office, the firm can see the Leeside part of its business rising.
“We opened our office in Cork in May 2013. We have seen strong and positive growth since then. We opened the office because we were servicing businesses in Cork from Dublin and it was clear that when it...
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