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Salesforce plays down housing fears for new staff as it plans Dublin expansion

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
20th January, 2019

Salesforce is confident it won’t bring added pressure to the crowded Dublin property market after announcing it was more than doubling its Irish workforce.

The multinational cloud technology business announced 1,500 jobs in the capital last week, on top of the 1,400 staff it currently has in its EMEA headquarters in Sandyford, Co Dublin.

All staff will be moved to the new Salesforce Tower in Dublin’s docklands, an eight-storey 430,000 square foot complex due for...

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