15 developer jobs in Dublin as ProSeeder opens subsidiary

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ProSeeder Technologies is setting up its first European subsidiary office in Dublin, creating 15 jobs across mainly developer roles, with a small complement of sales support staff.

The company provides a technology platform for investment firms and networks to conduct their operations related to direct investment in private securities.

The platform enables organisations to effectively manage deal flow processes, among other things, and recruitment is already underway for the software development team.

Dublin was chosen as ProSeeder’s European base because of two things, “access to talent” and a “very” pro-business environment, according to Colm Browne, director of European operations with the company.

“This location will expand our support to our European clients and give us greater interaction with them as we continue to grow our business internationally.”

It is the second jobs announcement this month – it’s only 2 July – made with the help of ConnectIreland, following yesterday’s news that Absorb Technologies was seeking 12 people for its new Irish office.

“ProSeeder has become a global bridge between the US and EU seed and venture investment communities,” said Ken Gatz, CEO of the organisation.

“Our Dublin office will bring further collaboration between investment organisations and growing companies.”

Developer jobs in Dublin - Colm Browne, director of European operations with ProSeeder Technologies, Minister for Business and Employment Ged Nash, Lorcan Wogan, software engineer at ProSeeder Technologies and Michael McLoughlin, CEO of ConnectIreland.

Colm Browne, director of European operations with ProSeeder Technologies, Minister for Business and Employment Ged Nash, Lorcan Wogan, software engineer at ProSeeder Technologies and Michael McLoughlin, CEO of ConnectIreland.

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