Wrike To Establish European HQ In Dublin

American company Wrike is to develop 50 jobs by establishing its European Headquarters in Dublin.

The two year investment is being created with the support of the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through IDA Ireland.

The US technology firm builds business software for digital workforces.

Andrew Filev, Founder and CEO of Wrike said: "We are impressed by the tech community in Ireland and aim to build a dynamic and ambitious team in Dublin that will directly contribute to Wrike’s high-growth and dedicated customer service.

"We have grown at a record speed over the past few years and our European HQ will market and support Wrike prospects and customers across Europe."

CEO of IDA Ireland, Martin Shanahan, said: "Wrike’s decision to establish its European HQ in Dublin is a very positive endorsement of Ireland’s reputation as a tech hub in Europe and the location of choice for innovative, high-growth companies."


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