On Thursday 22 September, Yroo, the world’s most powerful search engine for smart shoppers, announced that it will grow its Irish base with the creation of 33 jobs over the next 3 years. Yroo was introduced to ConnectIreland through Frank Keane, EisnerAmper Ireland’s Head of International Business.
Yroo is growing its new offices in Dublin, Ireland in order to build out global operations and support customers in more than 35 countries where the company currently transacts across North and South America, Europe, and Asia. Employee retention continues to be strong and hiring is at all all-time high, with 450 percent growth since the company’s founding less than 2 years ago.
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor, welcomed today’s announcement saying: “This is another vote of confidence in Ireland and in the skills of the Irish workforce. It is so fitting that a company designed to harness ‘people power’ has decided to invest in Ireland. Ireland has developed extensive expertise in ICT generally and the greater Dublin area is now an ideal location for companies like Yroo who are involved in the competitive and dynamic world of eCommerce.”
Yroo’s Irish office will be responsible for management and international sales, business development, marketing, software development and customer support. To find out more about the announcement see the ConnectIreland blog here.
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