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Fast-growing technology firm Qualtrics has pledged to employ "hundreds more people" at its European headquarters in Dublin following a fresh $180m equity injection from its private-equity backers.
The corporate research software company, founded 15 years ago in Utah by brothers Ryan and Jared Smith, first set up in Ireland in 2013. It now employs over 250 people at its offices near St Stephen's Green.
This latest funding round takes Qualtrics' valuation to $2.5bn and is likely to fuel hopes of a stockmarket debut later this year as investors clamour for a larger pipeline of tech IPOs. CEO Ryan Smith has made no secret of the company's desire for a tilt at the boards, but talking to the Irish Independent he declined to give any clarity around the timing of a float.
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