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US-based tech firm N3 to double Irish workforce with creation of 100 jobs


An Atlanta-headquartered tech firm is set to double its workforce in Ireland by the end of the year.

Sales and marketing company N3 will be growing its team at its Dublin office to 200 full-time jobs in 2018.

The global B2B firm is currently recruiting to fill 50 cloud technology positions.

N3's Dublin office serves as a central anchor in EMEA, driving revenue for some of the world’s leading tech firms including Microsoft, SAP, Cisco, and others.

"As the technology sector continues to rapidly expand in Europe, Ireland serves as a key strategic location to service our global clients," CEO Jeff Laue said.

"Dublin gives us access to the highly educated sales and technical resources we need, and a wide range of language capabilities. We offer candidates the chance to work with leading technology companies in a fast-paced, cutting edge environment."

N3 is a client of the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation through IDA Ireland.

Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys TD said that their decision to create an additional 100 jobs here is "a reflection of our attractiveness for companies targeting high technology sectors".

"The ICT sector has made extraordinary advances in recent years and companies such as N3 are well positioned to support that sector to expand its customer base while retaining existing customers," she said.

In addition to Atlanta and Dublin, N3 also has offices in Bogota, Fargo, Fort Lauderdale, London, San Jose, Costa Rica, Sao Paulo, Seattle and Singapore.

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