US Software Firm Creates 200 New Jobs In Dublin

A US software development company is set to create 200 jobs in Dublin.

LogMeIn, is a remote software firm that originates in the Middle East. It currently employs 176 people and is set to create a further 200 roles in customer service, sales, marketing, legal, Human Resources and technology.

As demand increases, the company has expanded to a global customer base and plans to open a new office in Grand Canal Dock.

It comes amid the firm's plans to increase its workforce globally by 1,000 over the next three to five years.


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