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PublicRelay to create 20 jobs in Cavan

Written by Robert McHugh, on 23rd Oct 2019. Posted in Technology

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A US media monitoring and analytics firm has announced plans to establish a new office in Cavan, creating 20 new jobs over the next two years.  

PublicRelay Ireland is currently looking to hire its initial team of associate analysts and a manager to begin work before the end of this year. The company says Cavan was selected as the location for a second office in Ireland based on the strong pool of educated talent available in the region and the innovative nature of Cavan’s newly opened Digital Hub where the company initially will be based. 

Speaking on the eve of the announcement, Minister for Business, Enterprise & Innovation, Heather Humphreys TD said, "I am delighted that PublicRelay are opening a new office in Cavan with the creation of 20 new jobs. I met with Eric Koefoot CEO and Ruth Wiederecht, Vice President of Operations, on my recent trade mission to New York and told them about the rich pool of talent in the local area. I would like to congratulate them on this milestone and wish them every success with their new office."

CEO of PublicRelay, Eric Koefoot added, "We are excited to announce the opening of our new office in Cavan. The educated, friendly workforce and proximity to our Dublin office make Cavan an ideal location to expand our presence in Ireland. We look forward to investing further in the country and building on our strong partnership with IDA Ireland."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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