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Ricoh creates 110 new jobs in Dublin

5th March, 2017
Phil Keoghan and Gary Hopwood of Ricoh with enterprise minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor

Ricoh has opened its new Irish headquarters on the back of a €6.5 million investment. The HQ will see the creation of 110 jobs over the next three years as Ricoh looks to grow its Irish business to 190 people by the end of 2019.

Ricoh Ireland aims to almost double its revenues from last year’s €16.4 million to €32 million in the next three years. Over the next three years, Ricoh Ireland will look to fill roles...

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