Tuesday 18 June 2019

CXC creates 30 new jobs in Dublin

Michael Cogley

Workforce solutions firm CXC Corporate Services is to create 30 new jobs at its new Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) hub in Dublin.

The new roles will be based across operations, multi-lingual sales, marketing, and support at its new office.

The company, which deals in contractor management, compliance, risk mitigation and other areas, has recently agreed a partnership with on-demand sourcing platform Elevate Direct that will be supported from Ireland.

CXC Corporate Services managing director Connor Heaney said Dublin is "perfectly positioned" between its two major growth markets, the US and EMEA.

"The talent pool available to us in Ireland plus the ease of access it affords to the US and EMEA were key drivers in our decision to locate here," Mr Heaney said.

IDA Ireland chief executive Martin Shanahan said CXC has chosen Ireland to expand its business into Europe and the US.

"IDA Ireland markets Ireland as a location for global companies from across the world to gain access to these markets.  IDA Ireland’s Growth Markets Division is actively targeting a number of companies in Australia - this investment win will assist in IDA’s marketing efforts.”

CXC Corporate Services is supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through IDA Ireland.

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