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GLG doubles size of Dublin office

Written by Robert McHugh, on 25th Jul 2017. Edited on 26th Jul 2017 Posted in Ireland

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Gerson Lehrman Group (GLG) yesterday announced that it has doubled the size of its Dublin office from 5,000 square feet to 10,000 square feet, relocating to Waterloo Exchange in Ballsbridge.
 
GLG currently employs approximately 100 people in Dublin. The new office, with room for 150 employees, will support GLG Dublin’s growing team, which has doubled in the past year from 50 to 100 employees. 
 
GLG is a professional learning platform, connecting thousands of clients to its membership of 500,000 subject-matter experts around the world and across fields for short- and long-term learning engagements. 

Headquartered in New York, GLG’s 1,400 employees work from offices in 12 countries. Its European headquarters is in London. 
 
Waterloo Exchange, which underwent a complete renovation in 2016 under leading Irish architecture firm BKD, is a mixed-use building in Dublin’s vibrant southern city center. The building’s innovative and flexible style aligns with GLG’s global program of progressive office design in service of its learning mission. GLG will occupy the entire second floor. 
 
Speaking yesterday, Head of GLG’s Professional Services Firms practice, Nick Barnard said, "We have seen tremendous growth over the past year in Dublin, and we are excited to be part of this dynamic and growing business environment. Our new, larger office allows us to continue to rapidly add the staff needed to support our growing business. We are attracting strong talent from across Europe to work with us in Dublin."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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