Wednesday 5 August 2015

New jobs at SurveyMonkey and Agile Networks

Published 10/04/2014 | 08:37

Irish-owned Agile Networks is doubling its workforce over the next eighteen months, creating 16 new full-time jobs in the technology sector
Irish-owned Agile Networks is doubling its workforce over the next eighteen months, creating 16 new full-time jobs in the technology sector
Irish-owned Agile Networks is doubling its workforce over the next eighteen months, creating 16 new full-time jobs in the technology sector
Irish-owned Agile Networks is doubling its workforce over the next eighteen months, creating 16 new full-time jobs in the technology sector
Irish-owned Agile Networks is doubling its workforce over the next eighteen months, creating 16 new full-time jobs in the technology sector
Irish-owned Agile Networks is doubling its workforce over the next eighteen months, creating 16 new full-time jobs in the technology sector
Labour Party Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources Pat Rabbitte TD(L) with Managing Director, Agile Networks Darragh Richard during the official opening of Agile Networks. Irish-owned Agile Networks is doubling its workforce over the next eighteen months, creating 16 new full-time jobs in the technology sector

TWO IT firms will create 66 jobs over the next 18 months.

SurveyMonkey, the online polling firm, is relocating some of its staff from Portugal to a Dublin office, and will add 50 positions over the next year.

And Irish-owned IT services company Agile Networks is doubling its workforce to create 16 jobs.

Founded in 1999, SurveyMonkey's new jobs include account management and customer support.

The news was welcomed today by Jobs Minister Richard Bruton.

Irish Independent

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