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Energy saving firm UrbanVolt to up staff count

Fast-growing company will grow its workforce from 22 to 60 people

25th September, 2016
Kevin Maughan, chief executive, UrbanVolt Pic: Fergal Phillips

UrbanVolt, the Dublin-based energy saving LED lighting company, is set to boost its staff count by two-thirds by next year.

The fast-growing company, which is backed by the Leinster and Ireland rugby star Jamie Heaslip, will grow its workforce from 22 to 60 people.

Founded last year, UrbanVolt is already gearing up to enter the British, European and US markets, according to chief executive and founder Kevin Maughan.

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