Home > Ireland > ActiveCampaign creates 200 jobs in Dublin

ActiveCampaign creates 200 jobs in Dublin

Written by Robert McHugh, on 22nd Aug 2019. Posted in Ireland

article headline

ActiveCampaign today announced the opening of its Dublin office, establishing a headquarters for the company in Europe, to support its growing customer base on the continent.

The company expects its Dublin presence to expand to more than 200 employees. Initial hires will focus on support, sales, customer success, and marketing.

Since ActiveCampaign announced its focus on Customer Experience Automation earlier this year, thousands of new European businesses have subscribed to the platform, bringing the total number of customers to over 75,000. 

The company is investing heavily to support this rapidly growing European market, which is its second largest. ActiveCampaign sees great traction and opportunity in U.K., Ireland, France, Spain, Italy, and Germany.

The company’s plans for this region are broad, including hiring staff that can support customers in their preferred languages as well as launching country-specific marketing efforts.

Welcoming the news, Minister for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital Single Market and Data Protection, Pat Breen said, “I would like to congratulate ActiveCampaign on the opening of their first European office in Dublin, which will result in the creation of over 200 highly skilled jobs.”

He added, “Their presence will add to Ireland’s already strong reputation as a global hub for high-tech innovative companies and is a great vote of confidence in the attractiveness of our enterprise culture. I wish ActiveCampaign every success in their future operations in this country.”

Source: www.businessworld.ie

More articles from Ireland

image Description

Irish households more positive about the economy

Read more
image Description

Irish wage growth highest in over a decade

Read more
image Description

Irish border and fisheries are key battlelines in brexit talks

Read more
image Description

Ireland cautions against travel to coronavirus-hit areas of Italy

Read more
image Description

Boris Johnson wants to evade Irish Sea checks on goods

Read more