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CXC, Lidl and Pure Storage announce Dublin expansions

The three companies will create 78 new jobs in total

7th April, 2016
Martin Shanahan, Minister Richard Bruton and Frank Kelly Pic: Rollingnews.ie

Three multinational companies operating in Ireland -- Lidl, Pure Storage, and CXC Corporate Services -- have announced the creation of nearly 80 jobs in Dublin.

CXC Corporate Services is to establish its EMEA hub in Dublin, with the addition of 20 jobs to its Smithfield office, it said today.

Pure Storage, meanwhile, will open its new EMEA support centre in Dublin. It currently employs 18 people and plans to double that by the end of the year.

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