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  • Southside

Sandyford jobs boost a ‘vote of confidence’

Wednesday, 31st January, 2018 6:00pm
Sandyford jobs boost a ‘vote of confidence’
Sandyford jobs boost a ‘vote of confidence’

THE announcement of 100 new jobs at sales and marketing firm N3 has been described as a “vote of confidence in Sandyford” as a location for international business.

The Minister for Culture, Heritage & the Gaeltacht and local TD, Josepha Madigan, said the announcement by N3 that it will double the size of its Dublin HQ by creating an additional 100 jobs was excellent news for the area.

“It is a further vote of confidence in Sandyford as a location for international business, especially for high technology sectors,” the minister stated.

“It is also a vote of confidence in Dublin’s highly educated sales and technical resources, as well as in its wide range of languages. 

“N3 is well positioned to support the ever-expanding ICT sector to expand its base. 

“Their Dublin office serves as a central anchor in EMEA, (Europe, Middle East and Africa) and is driving revenue for some of the world’s leading global technology companies including Microsoft, SAP, Cisco, and others.”

Minister Madigan added that the vibrant local jobs market will continue to strengthen communities and build a sustainable future for the area. 

Senator Neale Richmond (FG) said N3 was located in the South County Business Park, part of the dynamic Sandyford Business District.

“Founded in 2004, N3 is an integrated B2B sales and marketing firm specialising in revenue growth across new and existing customers, primarily within technology industry segments,” he said.

“This latest job announcement is a further endorsement for the dynamic Sandyford Business District as a place to do business in.

“Companies are relocating to and expanding in the area every week, aware of the enterprising atmosphere that characterises the district.”

 

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