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LogMeIn to create 200 jobs in Dublin

Written by Robert McHugh, on 18th Apr 2019. Edited on 23rd Apr 2019 Posted in Ireland

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LogMeIn has today announced that the company has officially opened its new international headquarters in the Reflector Building, Grand Canal Dock. The investment is supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through IDA Ireland. 
 
LogMeIn is a global provider of cloud-based connectivity and recognized as one of the world’s 10 largest public Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) companies. The new facility in Dublin will allow LogMeIn to establish a management decision making centre in Europe with plans to recruit an additional 200 high level positions.

These include customer success managers to help customers meet their business goals using LogMeIn’s products, as well as additional sales, marketing, legal, HR and IT roles.
 
LogMeIn’s new offices cover 40,000 sq. ft. and is part of the company’s ambitious plans to create over 1,000 new jobs globally over a three to five year period. The Reflector building is a landmark office development in Ireland completed in 2018.

The six-storey building is split into two wings, comprising office and retail space, with space for a ground floor restaurant and parking. LogMeIn benefits from a training centre for 80 people, broadcast studios with state-of-the-art audio-visual facilities, fifth floor panoramic terrace, gym, library and gaming areas.
 
LogMeIn was recently recognized as one of Dublin’s best employers according to Great Places to Work 2019. In its first year of entering the “Great Places to Work” contest, LogMeIn has been ranked highly in the 'Best Medium Workplace in Ireland" category1 amongst many other high-profile companies.
 
Speaking this week, CEO at LogMeIn, Bill Wagner said, "LogMeIn is certain that by investing in growth-enabling infrastructure in Dublin, it is able to retain its focus on competitiveness and develop new products to continually help our customers and that will also create jobs, spreading the benefits to the broader community in Ireland."

He added, “Our new office is central to LogMeIn leading the innovation race, while building our international hub to serve our customers worldwide and attract the highest level of talent available."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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