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US software firm Slack to create 80 new jobs in Dublin

The company is moving its headquarters in Dublin to accommodate its growth

13th April, 2016
Slack is creating 80 new jobs in Dublin Pic: Pixabay

US business messaging app

Slack said it will create 80 new jobs in Dublin over the next two years.

The company, which opened its European headquarters in Ireland last year, said the new roles will be in customer experience and account management and will bring its Irish workforce to 180. It said it was hiring to meet "growing demand from European businesses and existing customers including Barclays, The...

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