The vertiginous rise of Voxpro

What started out as a tiny firm in a derelict office above a pub in 1995 is on track to generate €100 million this year

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
29th January, 2017
Dan Kiely, of Voxpro, says the business is looking at options that would allow it cover all time zones Picture: Clare Keogh

There’s an odd blend to the headquarters of Voxpro in Cork. The outsourcing firm is trying to make sure the office feels like its own beast, but is also a home for customers. The Google section bears a noticeable resemblance to Google’s approach to office aesthetic; likewise the sections for AirBnB, Stripe, and the outsourcing giant’s other clients.

“It’s a huge factor in terms of how we partner. We...

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