The investments are supported by the Irish Government through IDA Ireland.
Making the announcement Minister Simon Coveney TD said, “I warmly welcome IDA’s announcement today that 5 new companies will be coming to our shores, creating 100 new jobs. The positions will be spread across a range of sectors and indeed cities, demonstrating Ireland’s position as an excellent strategic choice for global business, both in terms of our geographic location and our wealth of diverse and highly skilled talent. I wish all involved the very best in their respective new ventures.”
Commenting on the announcement, Mary Buckley, Interim CEO, IDA Ireland said, “I am delighted to welcome these new companies to Ireland. I particularly welcome the locational spread of these investments which shows that the technology offering, availability of talent and attractive work life balance resonates with overseas investors. Our pro-business environment remains competitive in attracting high growth companies to set up in Ireland. These companies choose Ireland as the location to serve and grow their customer base due to Ireland’s established track record. I wish all of these companies well and look forward to a long and successful partnership with each of them.”
The new jobs will be spread across the technology, business services, medical technology and fintech sectors with a range of activities such as Sales and Marketing, Software Development, Engineering and Data Analytics.
Xenon arc, the tech and managed service innovator transforming the way materials producers go-to-market, announced that the company will open a new office in Dublin, Ireland. These employees will work across sales, marketing, customer support and operations, product management and data analytics for EMEA. Headquartered in Bellevue, Washington, Xenon arc deploys advanced technical support and digital solutions to industrial manufacturers of chemical, industrial, food ingredients and more.
Total Processing (25 jobs) is an innovative payments solutions company that helps its clients navigate the complexities of payment processing. The UK headquartered company announced plans to hire 25 new employees in Ireland under the leadership of Elaine Deehan as the new Managing Director for its expansion into the European Union market. Named as one of the Sunday Times 100 fastest growing UK companies, Total Processing has achieved considerable success in the UK and MENA regions.
Alliance Strategies (15 jobs) the umbrella entity that strategically and tactically serves the Alliance Abroad global footprint as a leading facilitator of global cultural exchange programs, announced plans to hire 15 employees in Galway, Ireland over the next 5 years. The company headquartered in Texas, currently has 8 worldwide offices and an extensive network of partners to facilitate meaningful cultural exchanges. The hub in Galway will lead the company’s strategy in areas of global marketing, finance and corporate supports.
QbDVision (15 jobs) the creators of a first-of-its-kind Digital CMC platform, designed to accelerate the drug development lifecycle and help organisations swiftly and efficiently deliver the next generation of breakthrough therapies, has announced the opening of its first international office in Cork, Ireland. With a surging user base in the EU and thriving biopharma market, Ireland was a natural choice for QbDVision’s expanding global team. The company, headquartered in Austin, Texas plans to hire 15 employees in Ireland over 4 years.
Movano Health (20 jobs) a purpose-driven healthcare solutions company at the intersection of medical and consumer devices and makers of the Evie Ring, announces its plan to grow its Irish subsidiary to more than 20 employees over the next four years or more. Opened in 2021, Movano Health’s Irish subsidiary currently employs 5 people with offices at the Rubicon Centre in Cork to cater for growth. Recruitment is underway with Movano Health looking to hire engineers specialising in integrated circuit design and firmware/embedded software to work towards the summer launch of the Evie Ring, its first commercial product.
Source: IDA Ireland