Today we continue our countdown of Ireland’s top tech jobs announcement stories of 2013, from start-ups to multinationals.
It has been the year companies in sectors that are thriving – technology, science and cloud – as Ireland claws its way back from the downturn, have created jobs in their organisations.
Social media giants Facebook and Twitter, for example, announced hundreds of new jobs between them, Novartis revealed the creation of about 100 jobs, and HP proclaimed the building of a cloud R&D operation in Galway for 700 workers.
To celebrate a year of jobs announcements, Siliconrepublic.com has dedicated the month of December to the top 50 most popular jobs announcements of 2013. The list contains a myriad of companies, large and small, creating opportunities across Ireland.
Below we continue our countdown of the 50 most-viewed jobs announcement stories of 2013.
Cloud computing firm Salesforce.com, along with Taoiseach Enda Kenny, TD, have announced 100 new jobs for Dublin in sales, marketing, IT and customer support.
Up to 100 new jobs in the areas of data processing, marketing, sales and IT are to be created in Dublin by international finance firm Aztec Money.
Novartis, the world’s second-largest pharmaceutical company, has made the final decision on where to locate its new regional business services centre, bringing this and 100 jobs to Elm Park Business Campus, Dublin.
Phlok, a social platform that helps consumers access good deals in shops and restaurants, says it hopes to create 100 new jobs in Ireland over the next 18 months after receiving investment of US$600,000.
HP has applied for planning permission to build a new 87,000 sq-foot R&D and cloud facility in Galway that will house up to 700 workers.