Monday June 1, 2020

Photo-sharing web giant Pinterest opens office in Dublin

Hiring has already started - with up to 50 jobs expected

3rd July, 2016
Pinterest users can buy products directly from its site Picture: AP

Pinterest, the photo-sharing website which describes itself as the ‘the world’s catalogue of ideas’, is the latest social network giant to come to Ireland.

The San Francisco-headquartered company, which has 100 million monthly active users, joins Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn in opening a Dublin office.

The company has established an office on Fitzwilliam Square in Dublin 2 and is understood to be planning to hire up to 50 people in sales and...

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