Sunday 29 May 2016

Digital Marketing Institute announces 34 new jobs

Published 21/01/2016 | 07:05

The Digital Marketing Institute (DMI) has announced the creation of 34 new jobs across the areas of sales, operating, and marketing.

The firm, which was originally set up in 2013 by Irish entrepreneurs Ian Dodson and Anthony Quigley, has more than doubled its workforce since its inception and is now looking to add even more.

The DMI reported an 86pc increase in revenue across its core business last year and a trebling of its profits in the three-year period.

Speaking about the new roles, co-founder Ian Dodson, said the company is reacting to a global gap in the market for digital certrification.

“We are expanding at such a fast pace because the global skills shortage in digital is acute, and we have produced an industry validated standard that is replicable across international markets.”

The DMI produces the most widely taught digital marketing certification in the world, with over 12,500 students and 70 partner institutions teaching its programmes, from diploma to masters level.

"Having developed our business model successfully over the past number of years, we are in a phase of rapid expansion,” continued Ian Dodson. “We have a great team and now need to add more of the right people in sales, operations and marketing. We are recruiting actively at this very moment for roles in all of these areas.”

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