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Irish B2B video sharing platform Overcast has announced that following a €500,000 investment, it is to create 70 jobs in its Dublin office over the next three years.
Co-founded by Philippe Brodeur and Zsolt Lorincz, Overcast is a Dublin-based start-up that follows a ‘YouTube for businesses’, model whereby its video sharing platform specifically caters towards B2B customers.
Unlike the dominant commercial video sharing platform YouTube, a client of Overcast would have full control over what goes into the video, over a simplified video format across a number of different formats.
The service is targeted at businesses such as video producers, media agencies, marketers and broadcasters.
Now, the company has revealed that it plans to expand considerably in the coming years, following an investment of €500,000 in Overcast’s latest funding round.
This will allow the company to hire 70 staff over the next three years, particularly in the areas of marketing and sales.
However, speaking with Siliconrepublic.com, Overcast CEO Brodeur said that the company is also in the process of hiring a small number of development staff to make the platform more efficient in the cloud.
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|No of jobs:||70|
|Job title:||Software Development, Marketing ,Sales|
|Jobs take effect:||next three years|