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Wrike continues European expansion with new Dublin office

Written by Robert McHugh, on 21st Oct 2016. Posted in General

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Wrike today announced the opening of the company’s new Dublin office that will support its ongoing expansion into Europe; one of Wrike's fastest growing markets with 30% year-over-year growth in EU customers. 

The firm also recently opened a new data center in Amsterdam. To help support this growth, the company has rounded out its European leadership team, adding Alexander Belenky as VP of Sales, EMEA.
 
Wrike began operations in Dublin over one year ago, but quickly outgrew its office space and has outpaced its own expectations for growing its team. It currently employs 25 in Dublin and plans on increasing that total to 80 over the next three years – a number well above the 50 jobs projected when it selected Dublin as it’s European headquarters in 2015. The jobs are being created with the support of the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through IDA Ireland. 
 
Welcoming the news, Minister of State at the Department of Finance Eoghan Murphy TD commented, “The government continues to target fast-growing technology companies to invest in Ireland and make us a part of their growth from the earliest possible stage. Wrike is a hugely exciting software company, growing rapidly and selling cutting edge products and services around the world. It is heartening to see the company take this space and continue to recruit and build their team here.”

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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