to open a dedicated sales hub in Dublin in early July to serve international
clients with support in several languages.
opening is supported by the Irish Government through its foreign direct investment agency IDA Ireland.
(deputy prime minister) and minister for enterprise, trade and employment Leo
Varadkar TD said, “I am really happy TripActions has chosen Dublin to continue its European expansion, adding to the list of tech leaders based here. This decision underscores Ireland’s success in attracting high-calibre companies and highly skilled jobs to our shores.”
is already home to a large number of global tech companies including Facebook,
Google, Apple, LinkedIn and Dropbox.
is a very welcome addition to the cluster of travel tech companies servicing
the European market from Ireland,” said Martin Shanahan, CEO of IDA
Ireland. “We have the skills and talent available to enable TripActions
to grow and to embed their operations here and I look forward to their
continued expansion and success over the coming years.”
has been on our radar given the city’s fantastic tech scene and the fact that
we have some big name customers in the region. I’m thrilled we will be able to
take advantage of the vast talent pool, attracted to Dublin by top-tier brands,
to continue to expand our world class team, with an initial recruitment target
of 25 new employees in the first year,” said Jeff Kennedy, TripActions’ head of
recruiting in EMEA.
recently announced the acquisition of Reed & Mackay and a new round of funding.