|Address:||Tramway House, 32 Dartry Rd, Dartry, Dublin 6,|
The Web Summit is expanding its numbers again with the creation of 40 jobs as it also reveals an ambition plan to bring Irish students to Lisbon.
This year’s Web Summit will be held in the Portuguese capital of Lisbon for the second time following its acrimonious exit from Ireland. However, the office in its native land is set for further expansion.
At an announcement this morning (22 August), Web Summit co-founder and chief executive Paddy Cosgrave announced that it plans to hire 40 new staff over the course of the next six months at its Dublin office, in addition to further job creation at its San Francisco and Hong Kong locations.
Cosgrave said that the roles will be focused on sales, engineering and design as well as other areas that remain unspecified.
In describing the news, he said it was an “exciting new chapter” for the Web Summit.
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|No of jobs:||40|
|Job title:||sales, engineering and design|
|Jobs take effect:||Current|