Tuesday July 7, 2020

Ralph Lauren brings e-commerce and fraud detection hub to Dublin

Premier lifestyle brand to create ten jobs in capital

20th April, 2016
Karlie Kloss (centre) on the runway at the Ralph Lauren Fall 2016 show New York Fashion Week this spring. Pic: Getty

Ralph Lauren is to establish an eCommerce hub in Dublin with the creation of ten jobs.

The Dublin office, at the Bloodstone Building at Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, will house two teams. The first will carry out platform and digital technology innovation and a finance operations team will operate fraud and payments services.

The company plans to scale upwards on the initial ten positions.

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