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Twitter set for growth spurt

The social media giant is expanding across the globe and has plenty of business opportunities in its sights

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
22nd April, 2015
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Josh Grau and Stephen McIntyre of Twitter Picture: Feargal Wardz

Twitter is entering a critical growth stage in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) market, according to Stephen McIntyre, the tech giant’s Irish boss.

McIntyre, vice-president for EMEA sales and managing director of Twitter Ireland, told The Sunday Business Post that the business was moving from developing a presence in European markets to one focused on expanding advertising relationships across EMEA.

“The phase the business was in across Europe, the Middle East...

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