Friday August 7, 2020

Three companies plan to create 700 new jobs in Dublin

LinkedIn, Voxpro and West Pharmaceutical will expand their workforces here

28th November, 2016
LinkedIn plans to create 200 new jobs in Dublin Pic: Getty

Cork-based business process outsourcing firm Voxpro also plans to create 400 jobs in the capital over the next 12 to 18 months as it opens a new office in Dublin's docklands. This will bring the number of people employed at the company, which also has offices in the US, to 2,000 in Ireland and 3,000 globally.

Voxpro, which was founded by Dan and Linda Kiely in 1996, serves customers in 32 countries around the world and includes Google and Airbnb...

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