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Vodafone Ireland announces 120 jobs and €35m investment

Written by Robert McHugh, on 12th Mar 2024. Posted in Ireland

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Vodafone Business has announced the creation of 70 new jobs alongside an investment of €16 million in skills and resources this year, as part of a €35 million investment over the next four years. 

The investment will develop Vodafone’s Information and Communication Technology (ICT) solutions and service offerings to meet the growing digitisation needs of businesses across Ireland.   

'Digital Transformation'

“This new investment is a step change for Vodafone Business as we go beyond that role to meet our customers’ increasing demands for a range of solutions tailored to the needs of businesses," said Managing Director of Vodafone Business in Ireland, Sinéad Bryan.  

"We are committed to facilitating the growth of enterprise, regional development and digital transformation when it comes to the future of work, enhanced efficiencies, improving data security and optimal technology solutions.”

Business Development 

The 70 new jobs created this year include roles across Vodafone’s Business Unit, Digital Operations, Digital Sales, SaaS and IoT Solutions, and are in addition to 40 graduate roles currently being filled in Vodafone Ireland.  

The investment in these roles will also facilitate the expansion of a number of solutions including SaaS, Cybersecurity, Networking and SD-WAN, Unified Communications, Managed Services and IoT. 


More than 7,000 businesses have availed of free digital advice and support through V-Hub knowledge centre and one-to-one advisory service. Vodafone customer research showed that more than 80% are looking for advice and support when making new digital investments within their businesses. 

Additionally, Vodafone has invested €300 million over the last three years in its network and committed to a further €500 million.

'National Prority'

“Digitisation of all businesses is a national priority, and particularly a focus for SMEs where there is huge opportunity for growth," said Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Simon Coveney.

"I wish the team at Vodafone every success.”

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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