Communications agency Youth Nation to create 25 jobs

27 Feb 2015

Youth Nation, a communications company less than a year old, is to create 25 new jobs in Ireland as it continues to expand its operations.

The roles, in the areas of youth marketing, digital media and business development, will bring the total workforce at Youth Nation to 55, having only set up with five staff members 11 months ago.

The jobs were announced this morning at he company’s head office in Dublin – Youth Nation also has an office in Belfast.

Last year, Youth Nation was nominated for IBYE’s Best Young Established Business for Dublin City Centre, and IBYE’s Best Young Established Business for Dublin County. It was also nominated for a Digital Media Award 2015 and a Mobile Marketing Award 2015.

“The goal when Youth Nation was established was to create a company that delivered an exceptional service to its clients,” said Youth Nation CEO Jamie White.

“I personally felt as though marketing to young people in Ireland had not progressed to the level of its international counterparts and wished to start a brand in Dublin that would become known as a competitive, efficient and outstanding service.

“So far we have worked with a range of clients from Irish start-ups to internationally recognisable brands. We hope to continue this trend of growth and to become known as a leading Irish brand in the world of marketing.”

Marketing image via Shutterstock

Gordon Hunt
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