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Slalom to create 300 Irish jobs

Written by Robert McHugh, on 9th Jul 2024. Posted in Ireland

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Slalom, the global business and technology consulting company, has announced plans to create 300 new jobs in Ireland in the next three to five years. 

The announcement comes as the firm signs a lease on the high-profile Waterways House in Dublin’s Digital Docklands. 

Slalom’s Irish operation, the company’s 8th international market, was established a year ago, and expects to have 60 employees by the year end.

'Future Growth'

"We are thrilled to announce the creation of 300 new roles in Ireland, adding to the 40 created in our first year, a testament to our commitment to invest in the talent and potential of this dynamic market," said Jane Dawson-Howe, Country Managing Director of Slalom in Ireland. 

“The demand from clients for the application of Gen AI to drive innovation in their operations has contributed to the rapid expansion of our Irish business over the past year and will fuel our future growth.”

Key Growth Areas

The new roles will be in key growth areas including Artificial Intelligence (AI), Salesforce, Data Analytics, Business Advisory Services, and AI-enabled Change. 

The new Dublin base will serve as a central hub for the firm's operations in Ireland, facilitating collaboration and innovation with clients across Ireland and the UK. 

'Attractive Location'

“Slalom’s decision to expand its operations in Ireland with the addition of 300 new jobs underlines the importance of Ireland as a stable and attractive location for international business," said Minister for Enterprise, Trade & Employment, Peter Burke.

"I am pleased to see a large technology consultancy company recognising the benefits of locating in Ireland and I wish Slalom every success in the future.”

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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