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$100m tech giant Twilio seeks an Irish home

Fast-growing voice and text service company checks out potential Dublin office locations for 50-100 staff

8th January, 2015
Jeff Lawson, co-founder of Twilio

Silicon Valley cloud telephony company Twilio is vetting Irish office locations as part of a plan to open a presence here, The Sunday Business Post understands.

The company, which is rapidly expanding in Europe, had senior people visit Dublin recently, looking for a suitable location to house between 50 and 100 staff. Other locations in Europe have also been considered, but Dublin is believed to be a serious contender.

Led by co-founder and former Amazon executive Jeff...

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