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Tegus to create up to 100 jobs in Waterford

Written by Robert McHugh, on 18th Nov 2021. Posted in Ireland

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Tegus yesterday announced the establishment of its EMEA headquarters in Waterford City and the creation of up to 100 jobs over the next two years. 
 
Co-Founded in San Francisco by twin brothers Michael and Thomas Elnick, Tegus conducts and collects research and data to produce the largest and most comprehensive primary information platform enabling clients to discover answers to the most challenging questions they face today, faster and more efficiently than anywhere else. Headquartered in Chicago since 2018, Tegus now serves more than 1,000 customers worldwide, including investment firms, corporations, and consultancies.
 
Tegus say the EMEA team will enable Tegus to further build-out its global content and data sets by supporting more local customers and covering a growing number of international companies on its platform. The new premises will be located in state-of-the-art office space in Boxworks while it identifies a permanent office space in Waterford City, attracting talent from the city, county and the wider region of the South East. Tegus has begun hiring for roles across the areas of Business Development, Customer Success, Operations, Sales, and People Management.
 
Speaking yesterday, Founder and Co-CEO of Tegus, Thomas Elnick said, "We are seeing more and more institutional investors and corporations incorporating qualitative and primary research into their processes to make better and faster decisions. As we expand internationally, we are relentlessly focused on delivering an incredible user experience and product for our customers. Ireland provides us with the perfect entry point to EMEA to support our growing global customer base and align our team with our customers' success."

Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar added, "I’m really happy Tegus has chosen Waterford for its new EMEA HQ. This will result in the creation of up to 100 new jobs in the city.  This is great news for the South-East and a real boost for Waterford City and once again demonstrates we have the skills and talent available in all parts of the country to attract foreign direct investment."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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