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Tech firm announces 150 new jobs in Dublin and Belfast

The company’s Irish bases will focus on ‘key growth areas’

7th February, 2019
Pictured at today's announcement in Dublin that Expleo Ireland will invest €8M in its workforce and create 150 new jobs in Ireland are (L-R): Pat Breen, Minister of State for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital Single Market and Data Protection; Phil Codd, Managing Director, Expleo Ireland; and Mary Buckley, Executive Director, IDA Ireland.

French technology company Expleo has announced it will create 150 new jobs in Dublin and Belfast.

The company, formerly known as SQS in Ireland, specialises in end-to-end, integrated engineering and management consulting for digital transformation.

The company’s Irish bases will focus on the pharmaceutical, manufacturing, aerospace and automobile industries as ‘key growth areas’.

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