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Pluralsight announces 150 new jobs for Dublin

Written by Robert McHugh, on 12th Dec 2017. Posted in Ireland

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It was announced today that Pluralsight, the enterprise technology learning company, plans to open a new EMEA headquarters in Dublin in early 2018. The Dublin office will house the company’s strategic business operations for the region and support its growing customer base in Ireland and throughout Europe, Middle East and Africa.

Pluralsight was recently named one of 2017’s Best Workplaces by Great Place to Work and Fortune Magazine. Additionally, Pluralsight ranked in the top 20 of Forbes Cloud 100 list and is one of Fast Company's World’s Most Innovative Companies. In 2017, Pluralsight announced partnerships with Microsoft, Oracle, Adobe and Google and launched its philanthropic entity, Pluralsight One.

Pluralsight plans to hire 150 people in Dublin over the next three years, across a variety of roles, including sales, marketing, operations, finance and customer support. The company’s investment in the region will also bring more than €40m to Dublin’s local economy.

Welcoming the announcement and investment, the Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys TD, said, "I am delighted that Pluralsight has decided to invest in Ireland with a project that will create 150 new quality jobs. The company is at the cutting edge of new learning technologies, which are so important today, given the pace of technology development and new innovation in business. We have the skills available to enable Pluralsight to grow and to embed their operations in Ireland. Their decision to invest here is a great vote of confidence in what we have to offer."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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