Compliance & Risks expansion will bring 50 new jobs to Cork
International business represents 97pc of Cork company Compliance & Risks’ overall turnover

Compliance & Risks expansion will bring 50 new jobs to Cork

18 Jul 2016145 Shares

Cork-based Compliance & Risks has revealed it will be adding 50 new jobs to its workforce over the next three years.

The majority of these jobs will be based at the company’s Cork headquarters, across the areas of research, software development, client support, sales and account management.

The company is supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through Enterprise Ireland.

‘The development of Irish companies of scale is a key priority for Enterprise Ireland and we look forward to working closely with Compliance & Risks to optimise their full international growth potential, sustaining and creating jobs in Cork’
– JULIE SINNAMON, ENTERPRISE IRELAND

Compliance & Risks helps manufacturers, retailers and their supply chain partners monitor and manage regulations and standards for a cleaner, safer and better world.

The company’s turnover has increased year over year and it said it is in an aggressive development phase of its business.

The new jobs will support its growth within the technology, consumer goods and retail, industrial goods, and life sciences sectors.

Scaling up

“We have worked hard to establish ourselves as the end-to-end regulatory service provider within the sectors we operate,” said Joe Skyulski, CEO of Compliance & Risks.

“Working with many top global companies, we are perfectly positioned for formidable growth. These jobs will support our expanding business, as we grow in partnership with our existing clients, as well as capitalise on new opportunities.”

Compliance & Risks boasts seven out of the top 10 electronics manufacturers in the world as clients, as well as many other blue chip organisations. International business represents 97pc of the company’s overall turnover.

It creates business advantage for organisations by providing reliable legislative information, insights and actions through C2P, its knowledge management software platform, consulting, market access, managed services and other solutions.

As well as the Cork headquarters, the company has offices in Brussels, California, London and New York.

“Enterprise Ireland has been working with Compliance & Risks since 2003,” said Enterprise Ireland CEO Julie Sinnamon.

“We are proud to be associated with this exciting phase in their development through the provision of support for new, highly-skilled job creation at their global operations base in Cork.

“The development of Irish companies of scale is a key priority for Enterprise Ireland and we look forward to working closely with Compliance & Risks to optimise their full international growth potential, sustaining and creating jobs in Cork.”

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John Kennedy
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