Tech company ClickUp was joined by Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Simon Coveney on Thursday to officially open its new Dublin office.
The company opened its EMEA HQ in Dublin in 2021 but quickly exceeded capacity following a European expansion last year.
The new office will accommodate local employees and is designed with the future of work in mind. Workers will have access to configured workstations, a large conference room, and collaboration spaces.
It will bring together ClickUp’s sales, success, support, and solutions engineering teams to deliver outcomes for more than 575,000 teams in the EMEA region that trust ClickUp to make their teams more productive.
The company is also expanding its German, French, and Spanish-speaking teams in Dublin to better service its users.
ClickUp's EMEA team is made up of about 200 people, with 75 of these employees based in Ireland. The company expects to hire hundreds more EMEA team members across various departments, including marketing, business development, sales, customer success, and professional services by the end of 2025.
Welcoming the news, Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Simon Coveney said, "I’m pleased to welcome ClickUp’s expansion announcement and that they have chosen Dublin for their EMEA Headquarters, providing office space for 40 staff. We pride ourselves on the environment we have created to help ambitious multinationals like ClickUp thrive and avail of the skilled workforce we have to offer in Ireland. I wish the team the very best in this exciting new project and ongoing success with their European operations.”