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GrandPad to create thousands of jobs in Ireland

The US company, which makes tablets for elderly people, plan to take on 75 staff members initially, but that figure could rise to thousands in the next five years

11th April, 2019

US company GrandPad, which makes tablets for elderly people, plans to create thousands of jobs in Ireland. The company, which has raised over €13 million in funding, opened its European headquarters in Gorey, Co Wexford last month.

“We are looking at 75 jobs in Ireland initially but the sky’s the limit,” said Scott Lien, chief executive and co-founder of GrandPad. “Beyond five years, it is hard to predict but we anticipate it could be thousands...

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